- BYU-Hawaii Ends Intercollegiate Athletics Era
by Trent Toone March 2017
Following Brigham Young University-Hawaii's final men's and women's basketball games Feb. 20, the crowd at the Cannon Activities Center bid farewell to the school's intercollegiate athletics program.
- Opinion: Currie Could Be Good Hire in Long Run
by Mike Strange March 2017
In a hire that comes largely out of the blue, Beverly Davenport has made a statement that her barely begun tenure as UTK chancellor will be a new era.
- John Currie Named New AD at Tennessee
by Rhiannon Potkey March 2017
Two weeks after officially taking over as chancellor at the University of Tennessee, Beverly Davenport named John Currie as the school's new director of athletics and vice chancellor.
- College Apologizes for Hockey Player's Hit on Ref
by The Buffalo News February 2017
An Erie Community College hockey player who decked a referee during the National Junior College Athletic Association championship game on Sunday will be prosecuted on a criminal charge.
- Ole Miss Recruits Expected Some Punishment by NCAA
by Antonio Morales February 2017
Ole Miss hasn't received a single commitment yet for its 2018 recruiting class and is one of three SEC programs, along with Missouri and South Carolina, without a 2018 commit right now.
- Big Ten Schools Embrace eSports Competition
by Eric Lagatta, The Columbus Dispatch February 2017
This winter, Ohio State and 11 other schools among the 14 in the Big Ten have fielded teams for a pilot season of "League of Legends" competition.
- New NCAA Allegations, Bowl Ban for Ole Miss
by Emily Attwood February 2017
The NCAA's investigation into conduct of the Ole Miss football program has concluded, resulting in eight additional charges to the notice of allegations and a self-imposed one-year bowl ban, the university announced on Wednesday. In addition, the school will forfeit $7.8 million in postseason revenue.
- BYU Hosts Marriott Center Annex Grand Opening
by Courtney Cameron February 2017
On Tuesday, Bringham University in Provo, Utah, held an open house for its new Marriott Center Annex, a practice facility for the men’s and women’s basketball teams.
- Boston College AD Resigns, Will Join Search Firm
by Rich Thompson February 2017
Boston College athletic director Brad Bates has resigned to assume a position of vice president with Collegiate Sports Associates.
- Private Planes Commonplace on Campus, in Recruiting
by Collin Binkley February 2017
Once seen as a luxury of the corporate world, private planes are becoming increasingly common at U.S. colleges and universities as schools try to attract athletes, raise money and reward coaches with jet-set vacations. Some schools spend millions of dollars a year flying their coaches and executives on scores of trips around the country, and some pass the cost on to students and taxpayers. The Associated Press requested documents from dozens of public universities and found that at least 20 own or share ownership of planes for school business, often employing a few full-time pilots to fly them. Many others charter private flights through outside companies.