• ACC Follows NCAA, Relocates North Carolina Events

    by Pete Iacobelli September 2016

    The Atlantic Coast Conference has followed the NCAA's lead and is removing all its athletic championships from North Carolina over a state law limiting protections for LGBT people.

  • Athletic Trainer Bill Passes in House, Moves to Senate

    by Stuart Goldman September 2016

    Athletic trainers and sports medicine professionals are closer to receiving liability insurance protection while providing care to their athletes out of state.

  • Big South, Atlantic Sun Form Football Alliance

    by Post & Courier September 2016

    With its membership for football down to six programs, the NCAA minimum for an automatic bid to the FCS playoffs the Big South Conference has been seeking ways to solidify and expand its membership.

  • Recruiting Violation Lands Team on Probation

    by Stephen Hargis September 2016

    For the second time in four years, the Marion County High School football program has been placed on probation by the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association after an investigation. The TSSAA released a statement Friday afternoon outlining recruiting violations against Warriors coach Joey Mathis and assistant Tim Starkey.

  • School Board Abandons Athlete Transfer Rule Proposal

    by Benjamin Wood September 2016

    Utah High school athletes won't be allowed to transfer teams at will. Nor will the state school board have final say on athletic conference classifications. But while those controversial demands were removed from a school board policy that received preliminary approval on Friday, board members put the Utah High School Activities Association on notice to address their concerns in the next 30 days. If UHSAA doesn't, one or both of those provisions could be back on the table.

  • Judge: Unseal USA Gymnastics Abuse Records

    by Jason Scott August 2016

    A judge in Georgia ruled Monday that files held by USA Gymnastics regarding sexual abuse complaints against coaches should be made public.

  • Wis. School District Sues Over Realignment

    by Jason Scott July 2016

    A southeastern Wisconsin school district filed a lawsuit against the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) over a realignment proposal that is set to take effect for the 2017-2018 school year.

  • 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.

  • Letter Calls on NCAA to Act on Abuse Allegations

    by Jason Scott June 2016

    In an open letter to the NCAA, a lawyer representing a former assistant gymnastics coach at Penn State calls for deeper NCAA investigations into allegations of abuse.

  • Report: Baylor Board of Regents Mulling Briles Comeback

    by Jason Scott June 2016

    According to multiple reports, Art Briles may not be done at Baylor after all.