Conference play will begin picking up this week, but there will also be some key non-conference match-ups as well. Defending SEC champion Auburn heads to Kansas State for a Thursday night match-up. This could be the Big 12’s last chance to leave a huge impression on the selection committee.
There have been some worthy candidates since the Ducks became recognized as a national power in the sport, but quarterback Marcus Mariota may have the best chance to finally end that Heisman drought in Eugene.
Unfortunately for the Big Ten, the chance to prove itself on the national stage in 2014 has officially been missed.
If you did not know his name before Thursday, you undoubtedly know it now. Texas A&M quarterback Kenny Hill put on quite the show in his debut as the starting quarterback in the post-Johnny Manziel […]
The Big Ten had an opportunity to make a statement in the opening weekend of the college football season, but Wisconsin let a 24-7 lead slip away against LSU in Houston. As Wisconsin saw a […]
College football’s top players compete for the Heisman Trophy. Here are the contenders as well as a few sleepers.
Forget much of what you know about college football. The chase for one of the four playoff spots begins this weekend with a handful of high-profile games.
Some NCAA leaders are considering an idea that was always taboo: allowing players to use their names and pictures commercially.
Nat Graham was hired recently to replace Scott Pera who left Penn to join the staff at Rice.
For the second straight season, the West Chester University softball team is headed to the NCAA Tournament.
It was quite the day at the office on Wednesday for longtime Widener University softball coach Fred Dohrmann.
Northwestern football players cast secret ballots Friday in an on-campus hall adjacent to their home stadium on whether to form the nation’s first union for college athletes.
If you are fan of college baseball, then Wednesday was your kind of day.
“This is a college student, who by the rules of the NCAA, is not allowed to have any kind of work study. He can’t have a job. I don’t think that it is far-fetched,” said Lori Pelletier, Executive Secretary-Treasurer from the AFL-CIO in Connecticut.
Temple University says it is cutting seven sports programs in 2014, including baseball, women’s rowing and softball, among others. Nine coaches will lose their jobs.