RECENT ARTICLES
  • Student-Athletes Score in NCAA Compensation Trial

    by Andy Berg March 2019

    A federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA cannot limit education-related compensation for student-athletes playing Division I men’s or women’s basketball, or those who compete in Bowl Subdivision football. 

  • Creighton, TCU Snared in FBI Basketball Probe

    by Andy Berg March 2019

    Just weeks from the start of March Madness, two more schools have found themselves smack in the middle of the FBI’s ongoing investigation into corruption at the highest levels of NCAA men’s basketball.

  • West Virginia Votes to License Athletic Trainers

    by Andy Berg March 2019

    Athletic trainers in West Virginia got some welcome news over the weekend after the House voted to approve Senate Bill 60.

  • Mountain West: Court Storming Didn't Cause Incident

    by Paul Steinbach March 2019

    The Mountain West Conference has concluded that altercations on and off the court Saturday following Utah State's victory over then-No. 12 Nevada in men's basketball resulted from the actions of individuals representing both programs and not the fans who rushed the floor at Dee Glen Smith Spectrum in Logan.

  • Court Storming Sparks Hallway Melee at Utah State

    by Paul Steinbach March 2019

    Was it an upset worthy of storming the court? Was it even an upset in the first place?

  • Bill Proposes Study on Treatment of College Athletes

    by Andy Berg March 2019

    Legislation that would have authorized Maryland college athletes to unionize has suffered a setback, with the author of the bill now setting the stage to better understand how college athletes in the state are treated. 

  • 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.

  • Ex-Packer Coach McCarthy Goes on Tirade at Prep Game

    by Andy Berg February 2019

    The kind of abusive situation that has helped precipitate a shortage of high school referees was on full display Tuesday night as one prep ref squad found itself on the receiving end of a former professional football coach’s rage.

  • High School Pays Coach $116K in Separation Agreement

    by Andy Berg February 2019

     A Texas school district and its embattled head varsity football coach have reached a separation agreement that includes a hefty payout for the coach.

  • Transgender Girls Win State Track Championships

    by Andy Berg February 2019

    The results of the Connecticut girls' state open indoor track championships have reignited the debate over how and where transgender athletes should be able to compete.