Vermont Axes Women's Basketball Game Against North Carolina Over LGBT Bathroom LawThe Catamounts were originally scheduled to face the Tar Heels in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on Dec. 28.
Lichtenstein: NLRB Allowing Student-Teachers To Unionize, But Not Student-Athletes, Is Hypocrisy 101Student-athletes have been at the mercy of the NCAA forever. They toil without pay, never mind the right to bargain for better working conditions.
In First Season At Rutgers, Coach Ash Looking At QuarterbacksChris Ash has given Rutgers a face lift in his first seven months as the coach.
Iowa Football Player Playing Pokémon Go In Park Reveals Cops Pulled Guns On Him After Mistaking Him For Bank Robbery SuspectA University of Iowa college football player revealed on Facebook that cops drew their guns on him while he was playing Pokémon Go in a park after they mistook him for a bank robbery suspect.
Several Division 1 Schools Hoping To Land Local Basketball StarSeveral Division 1 schools are lining up in hopes to land a local high school basketball player.
Albany Won't Face Duke Due To North Carolina Travel Ban Over State's Transgender Bathroom LawDuke has an opening on its men's basketball schedule because of the state law that impacts LGBT people.
Alleged Victim Testified He Told Paterno Of Sandusky Sex Abuse In 1976The man, identified in court records as John Doe 150, said in 2014 the incident happened when he was showering at a football camp at Penn State.
Former Duke Star Christian Laettner Faces Bankruptcy After Owing Creditors $14 Million, Report SaysFormer Duke star Christian Laettner might not have a last-second shot in him to pull out a win over Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Coastal Carolina Defeats Arizona 4-2 To Win College World SeriesThe Chanticleers (55-18) became the first program since Minnesota in 1956 to win the title in its first CWS appearance. Arizona (49-24) was trying for its second national title since 2012.
Pat Summitt, Winningest Coach In NCAA D-I History, Dead At 64With an icy glare on the sidelines, Summitt led the Lady Vols to eight national championships and prominence on a campus steeped in the traditions of the football-rich south until she retired in 2012.
Jerry Sandusky Granted Hearing In Appeal Of Sex Abuse ConvictionJudge John Cleland said the three days of proceedings in August will address, in part, whether defense lawyers should have called Sandusky to testify and whether prosecutors improperly leaked information about the grand jury investigation.
Former St. John's Star Rysheed Jordan Charged In ShootingThe Philadelphia Inquirer reported Jordan was arrested early Wednesday after police said he ran from a traffic stop and tried to throw a loaded gun with a desecrated serial number over a fence.