A law firm hired to investigate gender equity concerns at NCAA championship events released a blistering report Tuesday.
Quarterback Quinn Ewers, the top-ranked player in the 2022 recruiting class, has decided to skip his senior season of high school and enroll i…
Despite a last-minute, $500,000 offer to play professionally next year, Dariq Whitehead plans to play in college for Duke.
Bob Bowlsby has a message for ESPN: Stop trying to break up the Big 12 Conference.
Just call it Texit – with some Sooner separation for good measure.
By the end of business Monday, Texas and Oklahoma could officially be headed out of the Big 12, putting the conference on life support.
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 Alaba…
When Evan Mobley declared for the NBA draft in April, he didn't go the traditional route.
Donnie and Mike discuss if Clemson will miss the CFP if they lose their opening matchup to Georgia
Way back in the early 1990s, Desmond Howard dazzled with his playmaking as a receiver and return specialist at Michigan.
Jalen Johnson said Tuesday he’s happy with his decision to leave Duke early and prepare for the NBA draft.
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
The National Collegiate Athletic Association adopted a stopgap policy that lets student athletes earn money from activities like social-media …
Michigan State football landed seven commitments in June, and Spartan Nation is here to break down the newest members of its 2022 class.
Keon Jonhson broke an NBA Draft Combine record when he recorded a max vertical jump of 48 inches in the vertical jump drill.
The order is set. Who will each team in the lottery take?
SEATTLE — In sporting terms, this was Super Bowl XLVIII, with the NCAA playing the role of the thoroughly trounced Denver Broncos. In legal te…
Greed always gets them in the end.
The ruling handed down from the U.S. Supreme Court on June 21 was unanimous