College Sports Notebook's Brent Beaird talks ACC/SEC football with Jerry O'Neill and Eric Lopez.
Maryland is paving the way for other Power Five conference schools by initiating a program that will allow student-athletes to return to the university and obtain their degree at any point in their lives. According to College Football Talk, Maryland
Washington, D.C. – This morning NCAA President Dr. Mark Emmert talked about the future of college sports. He appeared on ABC News “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.” Hosted today by Martha Raddatz. The following is a transcript provided to Sport
The NCAA has made it very clear that players cannot make money for themselves. Now after a lawsuit where former UCLA Ed O’Bannion challenged the NCAA refusal to pay players for their image being used in video games, it
The city of Orlando wants in on more NCAA action, so they plan to do something about it. According to Brighthouse Sports Network, the Central Florida Sports Commission, along with UCF, Stetson, and the City of Orlando, all have
The NCAA Board of Directors overwhelmingly approved a package of historic reforms Thursday that will give the nation’s five biggest conferences the ability to unilaterally change some of the basic rules governing college sports. If the 16-2 decision stands,
The NCAA has agreed to settle a class-action head injury lawsuit.
AAC Commissioner Mike Aresco talks to Tuck and O'Neill about some of the main issues in the NCAA.
A break-up of the FBS will not dramatically shift college football for the fans that watch it.
Southeastern Conference commissioner Mike Slive is ready to take his league and go elsewhere if the NCAA Division I board does not adopt sweeping changes that would lend autonomy to the five major conferences. In his 13th year as