• Competitive Pole Sport Aims for Olympics

    by Courtney Cameron November 2017

    The International Pole Sports Federation has gained Observer status from the Global Association of International Sports Federations.

  • Ole Miss Not Concerned with NCAA, MSU Storyline

    by Antonio Morales November 2017

    Mississippi State's involvement in the NCAA's investigation into Ole Miss' football program has been a talking point for a while...

  • Missouri State Cuts Field Hockey, Faces Title IX Probe

    by Andy Berg November 2017

    Missouri State University is under a Title IX investigation for the shuttering of its women’s field hockey program.

  • NCAA Settles with Scholarship Athletes for $208M

    by Courtney Cameron November 2017

    On Friday, a federal judge in California approved a $208.7 million settlement to compensate 43,000 current and former student-athletes who went to school on traditional sports scholarships prior to a newer version that covers the full cost of attendance.

  • TSSAA Rules Hoops Players Ineligible Citing Prior Link

    by John Varlas November 2017

    Two Memphis East basketball players have been ruled ineligible for the 2017-18 season after the TSSAA determined the school had violated the state's "prior link" rule for transfers.

  • NJ Revises Transgender Policy for Student-Athletes

    by Andy Berg November 2017

    Transgender student-athletes in New Jersey will no longer have to endure a medical consultation before they join a team.

  • Opinion: NCAA Rules Often Result in Player Exploitation

    by Buffalo News November 2017

    Leave it to the rigid, irrational NCAA to stick with its "rules are rules" excuse while making money off the backs of athletes. If a coach gets fired or switches jobs, players should be allowed to transfer without punition. If a university decides to remove or reduce scholarship money it promised, they should be allowed to walk free.

  • NCAA Suspends Georgia Tech Players for Violations

    by Ken Sugiura November 2017

    The NCAA suspended Georgia Tech guards Tadric Jackson and Josh Okogie three and six games, respectively, for violating rules regarding preferential treatment, according to a person familiar with the decision. The school released a statement Tuesday evening confirming the ruling.

  • Arizona Mum Amid Latest Scandal

    by AB Staff November 2017

    Unlike Craig Carter, UA basketball coach Sean Miller has learned when to shut up. For the last two years, he led the league in "no comment" replies to questions about suspended players Elliott Pitts and Allonzo Trier. It's only November, but Miller is probably ahead of his previous "no comment" pace.

  • NCAA Graduation Rates Reach All-Time High

    by The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel November 2017

    Black athletes are earning college degrees at record rates, and it's pushing the overall graduation rate higher and higher.