• 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.

  • Ole Miss Deflects Blame in Response to NCAA NOA

    by Dan Wolken June 2017

    It was about halfway through Mississippi's response to the accusations of persistent and significant cheating in its football program under Hugh Freeze when the stakes of its battle with the NCAA were laid bare.

  • Opinion: Krebs' UNM Tenure Marked by Poor Judgment

    by Ed Johnson June 2017

    Now that he is leaving — free to golf away from prying eyes — what are we to make of Paul Krebs and his time as UNM athletic director?

  • Old Dominion Seeks Designer for Foreman Field Update

    by Harry Minium June 2017

    Old Dominion began advertising this week for a firm to "plan, design and administer the construction activities" for a renovated Foreman Field football stadium, and it's clear the university is looking for a company with plenty of experience.

  • Michigan State Football Players Face Assault Charges

    by Jason Scott June 2017

    Three Michigan State football players were formally charged Monday with sexual assault related to an alleged incident that took place in January.

  • Citing Poor Health, Ohio State's Matta Resigns

    by Mitch Stacy June 2017

    Thad Matta led Ohio State to two Final Fours in his 13 seasons, finishing with a 337-123 record. He will help the Buckeyes in their search for a new coach. As for coaching again, he said, "Never say never."