• Arkansas State, Miami Settle Lost Game Suit for $400K

    by Andy Berg November 2018

    The University of Miami and Arkansas State have finally come to terms over a football game that was cancelled ahead of Hurricane Irma.

  • Michigan State’s Izzo Decries New NCAA Rules

    by Andy Berg November 2018

    Michigan State men’s head basketball coach Tom Izzo isn’t happy with the officiating at the start of the season, and he’s not blaming the referees.

  • NCAA Gains Federal Approval to Investigate Violations

    by Courtney Cameron November 2018

    The NCAA has been given the go ahead by the federal government to begin looking into policy violations surrounding the federal basketball investigation. According to YAHOO! Sports, this preliminary step could launch one of the most important actions ever taken by the NCAA enforcement division.

  • Youth Football Team Claims Racism After League Ouster

    by Andy Berg October 2018

    A youth football team in Baltimore feels it was discriminated against on the basis of race after being banned from the Carroll County Youth Football and Cheer League playoffs.

  • Courts Not So Quick to Turn Away Trans Students

    by Paul Anderson October 2018

    Mack Beggs has won the Texas girls' 6A high school wrestling championship in the 110-pound weight class for the past two years. Mack would like to wrestle boys, but Mack was born a girl, and a University Interscholastic League rule requires him to wrestle athletes who match the gender on his birth certificate.

  • Iona Basketball Player Out After Brawl with Coach

    by Andy Berg October 2018

    Iona College basketball is reeling after its star player was suspended following a physical altercation with assistant coach Garfield “Ricky” Johns.

  • MSU Football Fined $10K for Pregame Confrontation

    by Andy Berg October 2018

    The Big Ten has thrown a flag at both the Michigan State and Michigan football teams for their on-field conduct prior to last weekend’s contest at Spartan Stadium in Lansing, Mich.

  • USA Gymnastics President Quits Over ‘Tone-Deaf’ Tweet

    by Andy Berg October 2018

    Less than a week after assuming the position of interim president of USA Gymnastics, Mary Bono has resigned. Her resignation comes in the wake of comments she made on Twitter back in September that appeared to reference embattled NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and his recent ad campaign for Nike. 

  • Politics Continue to Intrude on High School Sports

    by Andy Berg October 2018

    The country’s partisan discourse continues to impact high school sports, as a pair of politically charged incidents hit prep campuses over the past week.

  • Colgate Swim and Dive Team Suspended for Hazing

    by Andy Berg October 2018

    Colgate University’s men’s swimming and diving team has been suspended from competition for the fall semester due to allegations of misconduct.