• Tennessee's Jones: Helmet Injured Player, Not Teammate

    by Blake Toppmeyer September 2017

    A helmet, not a teammate, caused defensive tackle Shy Tuttle's injury. That's the story, Tennessee coach Butch Jones said Monday.

  • Harbaugh Criticizes Facilities at Big Ten Schools

    by Nick Baumgardner September 2017

    Moving forward, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh wants the Big Ten — Michigan included — to take a deeper look at how opposing teams are welcomed in league stadiums.

  • Wheaton Fans Show Support After Hazing Charges

    by Chacour Koop September 2017

    Fans of Wheaton College football gathered in a circle to pray Saturday before the first game since five players turned themselves in to authorities...

  • Report: Install Error Caused Practice Facility Collapse

    by Courtney Cameron September 2017

    A report released yesterday by the University of South Alabama concluded that the collapse of the school’s football training facility during construction on July 22 was the result of an installation error.

  • NCAA Says Runner's Company Promotion Is Violation

    by Andy Berg September 2017

    A Texas A&M cross country runner and business owner is seeking a waiver that would allow him to compete in spite of the NCAA's claims that he is not in compliance with rules that govern self-promotion. 

  • Virginia Announces AD Search Committee

    by Roanoke Times September 2017

    The University of Virginia on Thursday announced members of its search committee to find a replacement for Craig Littlepage, who plans to retire as athletic director.

  • Nebraska AD Fired; Could Football Coach Be Next?

    by Dan Wolken September 2017

    Nebraska's stunning decision to fire athletics director Shawn Eichorst on Thursday is a tacit admission by the school's leadership that hiring Mike Riley to be the football coach nearly three years ago was a very bad idea...

  • Lawyer in Hazing Case: What Took So Long?

    by Katlyn Smith September 2017

    An attorney for one of five Wheaton College football players accused in a teammate's hazing 18 months ago said his client is "frustrated" with how long it took to bring charges — especially because the players already had been punished by the school. "He's certainly, shall I say frustrated, disappointed," attorney Mark Sutter said of his client, Noah Spielman, at a news conference in Chicago. "This is something that's been lingering for over a year and a half." Sutter vowed to investigate the reason for the delay in criminal charges.

  • D-II Football Player Dies After Suffering Neck Injury

    by The Virginian - Pilot September 2017

    A 19-year-old Midwestern State football player has died after suffering a neck injury while making a tackle during a game, making last Saturday one of the deadliest college football days in decades.

  • NCAA Punishes Pacific Basketball for Violations

    by Spokesman Review September 2017

    The men's basketball team at Pacific has been punished by the NCAA for academic and recruiting violations under former coach Ron Verlin. The NCAA said Wednesday that Verlin failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance when he violated academic misconduct and recruiting rules to get prospects eligible. He also failed to monitor his coaches and violated NCAA ethics rules when he encouraged others to give false information during the investigation.