With newfound stardom comes newfound scrutiny. LSU has apologized for Flau'jae Johnson's 9/11 lyrics in her new song.
Tony Yayo's signature hand gesture has taken on new heights. He has saluted Angel Reese for her iconic use of the "You Can't See Me" dance.
University of Michigan men’s basketball coach Juwan Howard will miss the rest of the team’s regular season after being suspended by the Big Ten Conference for striking University of Wisconsin assistant coach Joe Krabbenhoft in a post-game melee on Sunday.
One of the greatest minds in college sports is taking a bow. Duke Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski has announced his retirement.
Liddell, 20, is a forward for the Buckeyes men's basketball team
Thompson was a trailblazer, becoming the first Black coach to win an NCAA men's basketball championship in 1984.
Last week the University of Connecticut decided it would forego putting their players out on this field due to COVID-19 concerns. That action has caused other organizations to rethink 2020.
All signs are pointing to Rona extending her stay in America and some organizations are taking heed. One of the premier collegiate institutions is bowing out of this year’s pigskin wars.
Now with the potential of high school players ditching college altogether and jumping into the NBA's G-League or even overseas where they'll get paid handsomely before making their way into the NBA, Sports Illustrated is reporting that the NCAA is moving towards a new initiative which will allow it's student-athletes to receive sponsorship and endorsement deal money as early as 2021-22.
An epic fight took place Tuesday night (Jan. 21) between the Kansas Jayhawks and the Kansas State Wildcats, spilling out into the crowd before cooler heads prevailed. It all happened in garbage time as the contest was winding down and sparked by a Kansas player who didn’t particularly like the fact the ball was stolen […]
California took the lead by passing a bill allowing student-athletes to make money off endorsements. The NCAA on Tuesday (Oct.29), looks to be following in the footsteps of the state. Of course, with some stipulations.
The NCAA just can’t get right. After it was announced that it would require agents wanting to represent basketball players to have a degree, the organization has changed its mind.