• FIFA Invites Debate on 'Radical' 60-Minute Game Clock

    by Graham Dunbar June 2017

    Playing two halves each of 30 minutes' actual playing time would be a "radical change" to the Laws of Football, the FIFA-supported International Football Association Board acknowledged.

  • North Carolina, Louisville Cases Different in NCAA's Eyes

    by Andrew Carter June 2017

    Louisville received the verdict on Thursday for an NCAA infractions case that involved strippers and sex acts, and it's not good.

  • Louisville's Pitino Suspended, Wins Vacated Over Scandal

    by Gary B. Graves June 2017

    The NCAA didn't feel Louisville went far enough with its self-imposed sanctions following a sex scandal investigation, so the governing body Thursday handed down a few more. An outraged Rick Pitino feels the NCAA went too far.

  • Soccer Players Ask Judge to Overturn Graduation Ban

    by Scott Eidler and Candice Ferrette June 2017

    Lawyers for five U.S. Merchant Marine Academy soccer players who are under federal investigation appeared in U.S. District Court on Wednesday, seeking to reverse the school's decision barring the students from graduating with their class on Saturday.

  • 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.

  • Soil Report Complicates Rec Center Renovations

    by Courtney Cameron June 2017

    Planned renovations for the recreation center in Louisville, Colo., were complicated by a soil report, released Friday by Ground Engineering of Denver, that outlined the potential for significant subsidence and shifting soil on the chosen site.

  • 3-on-3 Basketball Comes to Summer Olympics

    by Zach Braziller June 2017

    In an effort to gain more interest from young people and in urban areas, the International Olympics Committee on Friday announced it was adding 3-on-3 basketball to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

  • IOC Nearing Decisions on 2024, '28 Games

    by Scott M. Reid June 2017

    The International Olympic Committee's executive board on Friday recommended that the IOC take the unprecedented step of awarding both the 2024 and 2028 Summer Games this year.

  • TSSAA Adjusts Pitch Count, Adds Soccer Mercy Rule

    by Cecil Joyce June 2017

    Only one season old, the TSSAA baseball pitch count rule will undergo revisions in 2018. The TSSAA Board of Control voted on Wednesday to amend the rule, which went into effect during the 2017 season.

  • Youth Soccer Player Disqualified for Looking Like a Boy

    by Courtney Cameron June 2017

    On Sunday, eight-year-old Mili Hernandez was disqualified from the finals of the Springfield (Neb.) Soccer Club Tournament along with her entire team when officials mistook her for a boy.