A group of academics shed light on the March Madness selection proccess
The Big East, as we know it, will cease to exist next year. Why the final post-season tournament is so bittersweet
Clark Kellogg, who will call the Final Four for CBS, blames technology, and lack of skill development, for college basketball’s scoring woes.
How the mid-major power rose to the top of college hoops
Camouflage shorts? For UCLA?
An investigation that critiques the Freeh report’s conclusions about the Jerry Sandusky scandal still leaves many questions unanswered. And can we ever know the full truth?
His home state hopes the college football star will emerge from the “girlfriend hoax” unscathed. Meanwhile, Hawaiians remember his early years and his father’s heated devotion
On a per student basis, in an era of tight budgets, schools are spending more on athletics than academics. Much more.
It’s not just that the Big Ten – historically a football powerhouse – is far and away the strongest basketball conference this year. Realignment is establishing the conference as the country’s premiere league.
How a catchphrase – which many find offensive — got started
Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett is taking on the NCAA. But why now?
Sure, a college player can benefit from budgeting advice from coaches. But is snooping on spending going too far?
One professor proposes that schools design an academic curriculum centered on sports, complete with credits for showing up to practice. Why the idea has merit