- AP: Corruption Probe Prompts Reviews of NCAA Teams
by Eddie Pells October 2017
The spate of arrests, details of under-the-table bribes to teenagers and the downfall of one of the sport's best-known coaches has triggered uncomfortable soul-searching among the institutions at the heart of college basketball...
- Washington State Stunned as AD Bolts for Nebraska
by Theo Lawson October 2017
Bill Moos was responsible for erecting the buildings that were supposed to give Washington State's athletic programs a competitive edge in the Pac-12 facilities arms race.
- Wright State to Cut Swimming and Diving
by Max Filby October 2017
Scheduled to be a part of the university's $30.8 million in budget cuts, the swimming and diving program met the June 30 deadline to raise $85,000 to keep the men's and women's teams afloat.
- School District Clarifies Texas UIL Eligibility Proposal
by Patrick Johnston October 2017
Following a phone call from the UIL Wednesday, Wichita Falls ISD officials wished to clarify possible confusion changes being proposed to the district's policy on UIL eligibility...
- NCAA Basketball Task Force Will Face Hard Truths
by Dan Wolken October 2017
Some real heavy hitters have signed on to the NCAA's latest in-house attempt to clean up college basketball. From former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to former Florida athletics director Jeremy Foley...
- U. of New Mexico Basketball Practices Hit HS Gyms
by Geoff Grammer October 2017
The University of New Mexico's 6-foot-7 junior college transfer didn't disappoint after the Lobos' hour-plus practice at the high school — the first of three this month at metro-area high schools...
- College QB Kicked Off Team for Taking Anthem Knee
by Andy Berg October 2017
A college quarterback from a Division III school has been relieved of his duties after he knelt during the national anthem.
- Ex-Baylor Player Says Coaches Helped Pass Drug Tests
by Jason Scott October 2017
Former Baylor football player Josh Gordon said that coaches at the school would provide him with instructions on how to pass drug tests.
- NCAA Basketball Corruption Common Pre-FBI Probe
by John Marshall October 2017
Top-level basketball recruits played in gyms across Las Vegas over the summer, their final shot to impress college coaches during a live-recruiting period. Around the same time in July, an undercover FBI agent was in a Sin City hotel room where more than $12,000 changed hands, money earmarked for influencing a high school player's choice of colleges.
- 'Package Deals' in College Hoops Transparent, But Legit
by Dan Wolken October 2017
Once upon a time, long before the FBI started raiding college basketball offices or arresting assistant coaches, before the sleaze of the summer basketball underworld was exposed in wiretaps and indictments, few things were as radioactive as the package deal.