• Attorney Sues to Reinstate Sports at New Mexico

    by Andy Berg March 2019

    The University of New Mexico football team had a better year than was originally thought, at least financially, and it’s raising some questions about the school’s decision to cut a number of sports.

  • NCAA Seeks Evidence from FBI Hoops Probe

    by Jason Scott March 2019

    The NCAA has sought permission from the Southern District of New York to gather information from the FBI’s probe into college basketball for the purposes of its own investigation, according to the Louisville Courier Journal.

  • Airline Donates Seats to Help Club Team Compete

    by Jason Scott March 2019

    Montana State University’s club hockey program qualified for the ACHA regional tournament for the first time, but because the event was to be held in Tempe, Ariz., the Bobcats weren’t sure they were going to make it.

  • NCAA Grants Fund Student-Athlete Well-Being Research

    by Jason Scott February 2019

    The NCAA has announced six grant awards dedicated to enhancing college athletes’ psychological well-being and mental health as part of its NCAA Innovations in Research and Practice Grant Program.

  • Former K-State President Suggests Pac-12, Big 12 Partnership

    by Jason Scott February 2019

    A new proposal would unite the Big 12 and Pac-12 conferences in a unique partnership the likes of which haven’t been seen before. If, that is, it’s ever adopted.

  • Sports Bra Controversy Prompts Department Review

    by Jason Scott February 2019

    Rowan University is undergoing a review of its athletic department handbook and policies after female student-athletes raised gender inequality allegations last year related to sports bras, the Courier Post reports.

  • SEC Responds to Latest Officiating Controversy

    by Jason Scott February 2019

    The Southeastern Conference has responded to its latest officiating controversy in men’s basketball after it was revealed that an official who made a key call in LSU’s recent overtime win over Tennessee had once posted a pro-LSU message on social media.

  • NIT Plans Trial of Basketball Rule Changes

    by Jason Scott February 2019

    The 2019 National Invitation Tournament will once again be a laboratory of sorts as the NCAA will implement a number of experimental rules for the fourth time in five years.

  • Ole Miss Coach, AD Support Players Who Knelt

    by Jason Scott February 2019

    Eight members of the Ole Miss basketball team — KJ Buffen, D.C. Davis, Brian Halums, Luis Rodriguez, Devontae Shuler, Bruce Stevens, Breein Tyree and Franco Miller Jr. — took a knee during all or part of the national anthem Saturday to protest the pro-Confederate rally prior to the team’s tip off against Georgia. The protest was spontaneous according to Tyree, who knelt during the anthem’s final line and told reporters after the game that players hadn’t discussed plans to kneel.

  • Statements, Questions in Wake of Boeheim Accident

    by Paul Steinbach February 2019

    As Syracuse University prepared this week for what was anticipated to be the largest crowd to ever witness an on-campus college basketball game, news broke that head coach Jim Boeheim had struck and killed a pedestrian with his car.