- YouTube or UCF? Player’s Channel Raises Amateurism Concerns
by Jason Scott June 2017
A popular (and profitable) YouTube channel run by a University of Central Florida football player has created yet another controversy regarding the NCAA's amateurism policies.
- UT-Chattanooga AD Steps Down
by Gene Henley June 2017
David Blackburn, who only a few months ago was a frontrunner for the AD opening at Tennessee, stepped down from his positions as the school's vice chancellor and director of athletics.
- Colorado Officials Disciplined Over Domestic Violence Case
by The Gazette June 2017
FULL TEXT BOULDER -- Three University of Colorado officials, including its chancellor and football coach, have been disciplined for their handling of domestic violence allegations against a former assistant football coach.
- New Big 12 Chairman Gee Outlines Vision
by Mitch Vingle June 2017
On June 2, West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee was voted as the new chairman of the Big 12's Board of Directors for 2017-18, replacing OU's controversial David Boren.
- Are Gamers Athletes? Varsity Esports Team Spurs Debate
by Aaron Falk June 2017
This fall, the University of Utah is set to become the first school from a Power 5 conference to offer a varsity team in competitive esports, a growing industry that some believe has a bright future and a place among traditional college athletics.
- U. of Buffalo Baseball Players Pick Up Pieces After Program Cut
by Bucky Gleason June 2017
No other Division I program in the nation has endured what the University of Buffalo did since the university announced April 3 it was dropping four sports, including the baseball team.
- After Being Outed for Sex Crime, OSU Pitcher Skips Series
by Dayton Daily News June 2017
The top pitcher for No. 1 Oregon State, who as a 15-year-old pleaded guilty to molesting a 6-year-old female family member, released a statement Friday saying he has asked to be excused from playing in the NCAA super regionals.
- College Player's Teen Conviction Raises Concerns
by Jason Scott June 2017
A report published in The Oregonian/OregonLive on Thursday brought to light a controversy that could put a damper on the Oregon State baseball team's attempt to qualify for the College World Series.
- Mexican Athletes Chase Dreams at Texas University
by Martin Rogers June 2017
Jose Garcia's whole life has played out in the borderlands, both sides of the divide between the USA and Mexico, a line on a map that carries so much political and emotional meaning.
- Oklahoma Football Coach Stoops Steps Away
by Dan Wolken June 2017
Bob Stoops, who brought Oklahoma back from the depths of scandal and mismanagement, won a national title title in his second season and dominated the Big 12 for the majority of his 18 seasons, is walking away from coaching at 56.