Just call it Texit – with some Sooner separation for good measure.
TOKYO (AP) — Beach volleyball’s future was on display at the Shiokaze Park venue Monday morning for the Olympic debut of Americans Kelly Claes…
By the end of business Monday, Texas and Oklahoma could officially be headed out of the Big 12, putting the conference on life support.
The Illini return 22 super seniors, the most in the nation, and have 40 seniors overall. Every super senior who had the opportunity to suit up for one more campaign in Champaign chose to do so.
Will the SEC hand over the pass key to the vault?
LOS ANGELES — Apparently, former Santa Ana Mater Dei quarterback Bryce Young is already rolling in riches as the starting quarterback at Alabama in college sports' new NIL era — for name, image and likeness — before even taking a snap as the Crimson Tide's starter. Alabama coach Nick Saban told a large group assembled at the Texas High School Coaches Association convention Tuesday that Young, ...
When Evan Mobley declared for the NBA draft in April, he didn't go the traditional route.
After two seasons at Ball State, Crown Point grad Yianni Kostouros has joined the Valparaiso men's golf program as a transfer.
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VALPARAISO — Grace White hardly draws a second glance when she strolls through downtown Valparaiso. Despite being one of the top scorers on th…
Reggie Bush forfeited his Heisman Trophy in 2010. Now he wants it back.
Before today’s sermon, let me remind you about the story of Shannon Woolsey
“I think I’ll have to wait and see what the opportunities are first. There’s a lot to digest at the moment and I’m trying to learn all the rules."
The National Collegiate Athletic Association adopted a stopgap policy that lets student athletes earn money from activities like social-media posts and autograph signings, reversing decades of restrictions.
DALLAS (AP) — The NCAA Board of Directors approved one of the biggest changes in the history of college athletics Wednesday, clearing the way for nearly a half-million athletes to start earning money based on their fame and celebrity without fear of endangering their eligibility or putting their school in jeopardy of violating amateurism rules that have stood for decades.
SEATTLE — In sporting terms, this was Super Bowl XLVIII, with the NCAA playing the role of the thoroughly trounced Denver Broncos. In legal terms, this might well turn out to be college sports' version of Flood v. Kuhn, a case that in isolation didn't lead to massive change, but which laid the groundwork for future challenges that struck down Major League Baseball's reserve clause. The ...
Greed always gets them in the end.
The Supreme Court's unanimous decision Monday that the NCAA can't limit education-related compensation might not have colleges immediately rushing to put computers and paid internships in players' hands.
The ruling handed down from the U.S. Supreme Court on June 21 was unanimous