- NCAA Basketball Commission Meets for First Time
by Jason Scott October 2017
The NCAA commission that formed in response to the recent FBI investigations and scandals surrounding college basketball met for the first time late last week via teleconference.
- What's Next in Ole Miss Mascot Change Process?
by Antonio Morales October 2017
It's been a week since Ole Miss declared the landshark was in as its on-field mascot and Rebel the Bear was out. With that announcement came some questions.
- New Virginia AD Faces High Bar
by Doug Doughty October 2017
The significance of the selection of Carla Williams as Virginia's new athletic director was not lost on the appointee.
- New Virginia AD First Black Woman to Lead P5 Program
by David Hall October 2017
University of Georgia athletics administrator Carla Williams was named Virginia’s director of athletics, U.Va. president Teresa Sullivan announced Sunday.
- Athlete Gets OK from Military Mom to Take a Knee
by Amy Moritz October 2017
Tamia Bowden was about to make a stand — an unpopular stand in an unpopular way. Before the freshman at Canisius College even mentioned to her teammates about taking a knee during the national anthem at their next volleyball match...
- Big Ten to Play Additional Conference Hoops Games
by By Ralph D. Russo October 2017
The Big Ten announced Thursday it is increasing league schedules to 20 games in men's basketball and 18 in women's basketball, starting in the 2018-19 season. Big Ten men's teams currently play 18 conference games and the women's teams play 16.
- Big Ten Tournament Headed to Big Apple, MSG
by Roger Rubin October 2017
This season's Big Ten conference tournament will be held at the World's Most Famous Arena. Hall of Fame coach Tom Izzo of conference favorite Michigan State said "this is the mecca of basketball.
- Big Ten to Expand Conference Basketball Schedule
by The Roanoke Times October 2017
Big Ten basketball came to the Big Apple on Thursday for media day and a look at Madison Square Garden, where the conference will hold its tournament in March.
- NCAA Teams to Host Charity Games for Hurricane Relief
by Courtney Cameron October 2017
In an effort to lend what aid they can to those devastated by hurricane damage in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, college basketball teams around the country have been petitioning the NCAA for special waivers to hold additional pre-season contests for charity.
- Louisville Trustees Vote to Fire AD Jurich With Cause
by Jeff Greer October 2017
Tom Jurich was fired with cause as the University of Louisville's athletics director on Wednesday after a vote by the school's trustees.