• Penn State’s Plan to Honor Paterno Met with Backlash

    by Stuart Goldman September 2016

    Quietly, and without much fanfare, the Penn State athletic department announced Thursday plans to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Joe Paterno’s first game as head coach at Penn State, a move quickly met with criticism on social media.

  • Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy Likes Coach Gundy App

    by Stuart Goldman September 2016

    Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy says he is not surprised at how fast his new Coach Gundy mobile app has taken off.

  • Could Clemson Get a Boost from New Nap Room?

    by Jason Scott August 2016

    Clemson’s $55 million football training facility is expected to be complete in January, and it has all the amenities you would expect of a big-budget program in the college sports arms race, and some you probably wouldn't.

  • Oregon Unveils New Mariota Sports Performance Center

    by Stuart Goldman August 2016

    Marcus Mariota may or may not get a chance to see the new sports performance center named in his honor at the University of Oregon later this year.

  • Former Illini Coach Resigns as North Carolina Volunteer

    by Stuart Goldman August 2016

    Tim Beckman, the former head football coach at the University of Illinois who was serving as a volunteer coach at North Carolina, has left the Tar Heels program.

  • NCAA Part of $1.2M Settlement in Wrongful Death Suit

    by Stuart Goldman August 2016

    The NCAA and other defendants in a wrongful death lawsuit will pay $1.2 million in a settlement with the parents of a college football player who died in 2011 from a head injury suffered in practice.

  • Top NCAA Tourney Seed to Choose Opening-Round Site

    by Jason Scott July 2016

    Beginning this upcoming season, the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA basketball tournament will be able to choose the location of its first- and second-round games, giving the top seed an even greater competitive advantage.

  • Syracuse Hires ESPN Executive as Athletic Director

    by Stuart Goldman July 2016

    In case you were wondering about the power of television in college athletics, Syracuse University announced an out-of-the-box hire on Wednesday.

    John Wildhack, an executive at ESPN for the past 36 years, is returning to Syracuse — his alma mater — to serve as its athletic director. His last day at the cable network is July 28, and he will begin at Syracuse in mid-August.

  • Penn State Leads Large Universities on Fitness Index

    by Stuart Goldman June 2016

    Penn State University is No. 1 among large public universities on the 2016 National Collegiate Fitness Index (NCFI).

  • Legendary Basketball Coach Pat Summitt Dies at 64

    by Stuart Goldman June 2016

    Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in the history of NCAA Division I college basketball, died Tuesday at the age of 64.