• Seven Florida Players Suspended for Opener

    by Dayton Daily News August 2017

    The Florida Gators suspended receiver Antonio Callaway and six others for the season opener against Michigan for misusing school-issued funds.

  • Louisville Appeals 'Draconian' NCAA Penalties

    by The Roanoke Times August 2017

    Louisville said the NCAA "abused" its authority when it disciplined the school for a sex scandal that could result in the loss of its 2013 national basketball championship.

  • Power 5 Leagues Seek to Speed Pace of Football Play

    by Garry Smits August 2017

    College football games are long and getting longer, becoming an experience that is outlasing any other professional or top-level college team sports experience.

  • Goodell Wants NFL Preseason Shortened

    by Bob Glauber August 2017

    NFL fans who think there are too many preseason games have an unlikely ally: Roger Goodell.

  • Opinion: NCAA's Passe Rules Put UCF Player in Bad Spot

    by Dan Wolken August 2017

    In less than 24 hours, Donald De La Haye's YouTube video titled "I lost my full D1 scholarship because of my YouTube channel" had been viewed more than 153,000 times.

  • UCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible Due to YouTube Channel

    by Jason Scott August 2017

    University of Central Florida kicker Donald De La Haye has reportedly been ruled ineligible to compete this season after he refused the stipulations of an NCAA waiver related to his popular YouTube channel.

  • District Releases New Athletics Transfer Rule

    by Joe Sirera July 2017

    Students and parents involved in Guilford County Schools' new athletics transfer procedure will be counted on to do the "honorable" thing, and it'll be up to the school system's athletics director, Leigh Hebbard, to determine when they don't.

  • Transgender Wrestler Hits YouTube to Oppose Texas Bill

    by Andy Berg July 2017

    The transgender wrestler who won the Texas state girls' championship but identifies as a boy is hoping to take down a proposed “bathroom bill” in his home state.

  • States Mandate Face Masks in High School Softball

    by Courtney Cameron July 2017

    The Missouri State High School Activities Association has updated the softball manual for the 2017 season with a new mandate that all pitchers wear a protective mask during play.

  • Montana Governor Signs Youth Concussion Bill

    by Courtney Cameron July 2017

    Montana Governor Steve Bullock on Monday signed into law House Bill 487, which was approved by the state Legislature earlier this year, in an effort to expand the protection of young athletes.