Ohio State’s Meyer on Leave as University Investigates Allegations

By Eric Mann | Ohio State University (OSU) head football coach Urban Meyer has been placed on paid administrative leave as the university investigates whether...

Olympic Qualification on the Line at Women’s Softball World Championship

By Nick Butler | Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualification will be on the line when the Women's Softball World Championship begins in Chiba, Japan, tomorrow. The United States,...

Increasingly More NCAA Universities OK Alcohol Sales at Sporting Events

By Jarrod D. Schenewark, Ph.D. | Just over a decade ago, fewer than a dozen NCAA D-I institutions sold alcohol at sporting events. Beginning with...

Armour: Self Preservation is Urban Meyer’s True Guiding Force

By Nancy Armour | Urban Meyer preaches a good game about accountability, responsibility and respect for women. His tolerance of Zach Smith, however, reveals his true...

Koepka, King Named Academy June Athletes of the Month

By Eric Mann | American golfer Brooks Koepka and softball player Meghan King have been named the United States Sports Academy’s Male and Female Athletes...

Federal College Basketball Probe Won’t Go Away

By Evan Weiner | The college basketball industry, which thrives because it is not paying the players that generate interest and bring customers to games...

New NCAA Transfer Rule Eliminates Permission-to-Contact Process

By Michelle Brutlag Hosick | Beginning in October, Division I student-athletes will have the ability to transfer to a different school and receive a scholarship...

Judge Dismisses Former Villanova Football Player’s Suit Demanding Pay for Play

By Eric Mann | A federal judge in Pennsylvania has dismissed a lawsuit against the NCAA and 19 universities filed by a former Villanova University...

Nightengale: MLB Renders Verdict on Heimlich, but is it a Life Sentence?

By Bob Nightengale | They scouted him, analyzed him, debated over him, and a few teams actually spoke directly to him. But, in the end, no...

Knight Commission Urges Tough NCAA Reforms

Submitted | The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics today urged university presidents to seize a rare moment of opportunity to reform not only men’s basketball...

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