In spite of the sordid events roiling Penn State University, it almost felt like a familiar fall Friday afternoon on the State College campus. Penn State students, alums, and locals snapped up Nittany Lion gear at the campus …
Viewpoint: Removing Penn State’s wide receivers coach from the game on Saturday was the sensible move.
Viewpoint: The student reaction to Paterno’s dismissal did Penn State no favors
The Nittany Lions’ legendary leader has won more games than any other Division I coach. But his failure to stop a subordinate’s abuse of young boys has forced his resignation and irreparably clouded his legacy
They flock to midtown Manhattan every March, clad in orange and blue.
News flash: college football isn’t just about controversy. After a disastrously troubled off-season, the 2011 kickoff can’t come soon enough. TIME offers five scandal-free story lines to watch
Wednesday, the NCAA handed down its punishment for eight current University of Miami players who accepted benefits deemed illegal under its rules.
Pat Summitt is the winningest coach in the history of college basketball, men’s or women’s — she has 1,071 of them. When she announced that she had been diagnosed with the early onset dementia, Alzheimer’s type, on …
The future of America’s already fragile economy, in large part, depends on China. What transpired on a Beijing basketball court Thursday won’t help in any trade negotiations.
Back in 1995, Sports Illustrated published an damning article on the University of Miami’s football team. Going back to the 1980s, Hurricane players had a reputation for breaking the law, cheating in school, and ignoring NCAA …
The Bowl Championship Series (BCS), that college football oligarchy that stands in the way of a long-desired college football playoff, is facing its biggest threat: the Department of Justice.
On Monday, Boston University’s Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy announced that Dave Duerson, the former star NFL defensive back who committed suicide on February 17, was suffering from a moderately advanced case …
Colleges play silly games to meet Title IX requirements for gender equity in sports. Wouldn’t it be simpler if the NCAA just recognized competitive cheerleading as a sport?