A former Clemson tight end confirmed that a Tigers assistant coach used the N-word at a practice three years ago, and that coach, Danny Pearman, apologized late Tuesday night for using the pejorative term.
Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh walked with members of his football team and local leaders in a peaceful protest in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Tuesday.
New Orleans Pelicans star Zion Williamson must answer questions under oath regarding his eligibility to play for Duke during the 2018-19 season, a Florida state judge ruled in Miami on Tuesday.
Notre Dame is heading to Annapolis (Md.) for the first time in the history of the Fighting Irish series with the Naval Academy.
To revisit the football turmoil that swirled around Athens, Georgia and Auburn Alabama in late November 1980, you might think that Armageddon was at hand in that part of the football world.
The University of Southern California revoked the football season tickets of a prominent booster and cut ties with her Monday after the school was made aware of what it described as "abhorrent and blatantly racist tweets."
Chris Beaty, who played football at Indiana from 2000-04, was shot and killed during protests in downtown Indianapolis on Saturday night. He was 38.
One day after graduating from Harvard, Ohio State forward Seth Towns was reportedly detained by Columbus police Friday during a protest over the death of George Floyd.
A week after the NCAA voted to lift a moratorium on athletic activities and allow for teams to open facilities as early as this coming Monday, the organization on Friday released its guidelines for helping schools allow athletes back on campus during a pandemic.
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby is convinced there will be a college football season, and he believes it will start as scheduled.
The Georgia State Department of Athletics announced Friday, in accordance with the University System of Georgia, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s office and public health officials, its plan to start reopening on Monday, June 1.
Following guidance from Georgia Tech administration, the University System of Georgia, Georgia governor Brian Kemp’s office and public health officials, Georgia Tech athletics will begin Phase I of its facilities reopening plan on June 15, the school announced Thursday.
Arizona State head coach Bobby Hurley has questioned athletic director Ray Anderson's actions handling harassment claims against a booster in December.
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Georgetown men's basketball coach and Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing is recovering at home and "getting better" in his battle with the coronavirus, his son said Monday.
Tennessee Tech football is mourning the loss of one of its newest additions to the coaching staff as assistant coach Gerald Howse passed away. He was 28.
Michigan won't play football -- or any sport -- in 2020 unless students are on campus this fall, university president Mark Schlissel told The Wall Street Journal.
Legendary Oklahoma State coach and recently named Hall of Famer Eddie Sutton died Saturday night at his home in South Tulsa, Okla. He was 84.
Texas Tech guard Davide Moretti is leaving the school to play professionally in his home country of Italy, according to multiple reports on Saturday.
Southeastern Conference programs are clear to host voluntary workouts with student-athletes present on campus starting June 8.
Andy Landers, who led the Georgia Bulldogs women's basketball program to national prominence in 36 years as head coach, will be inducted into the Greater Knoxville (Tenn.) Sports Hall of Fame, it was announced on Friday.
Georgetown men's basketball coach and Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing announced Friday that he was admitted to a Washington, D.C.-area hospital after testing positive for the coronavirus.
Count Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley among the college football principals who believe June 1 is too soon for players to return to campus.
Pat Dye, the former Auburn coach and athletic director, is in the hospital for treatment issues related to his kidney but also has tested positive for coronavirus, his son told ESPN.
No college football in 2020 would come at the cost of $4 billion and the elimination of other non-revenue sports across the NCAA, according to a report from ESPN.
The NCAA Division I Council on Wednesday voted to allow the resumption of voluntary on-campus workouts for football, men's basketball and women's basketball student-athletes beginning June 1.
Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said Wednesday that social-distancing modeling done by the school shows that at least 22,000 fans could watch football games this fall, roughly one-fifth the capacity of Ohio Stadium.
Running out of the tunnel at Michigan Stadium with no fans is a reality Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh prefers over the alternative -- not playing games at all in 2020.
Clayton State Athletics announced Wednesday the hiring of McKenzie Higgins as assistant athletic trainer for the university’s athletic programs.
New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker has pleaded not guilty to all eight charges against him stemming from last week's alleged armed robbery in Miramar, Fla.
The Kentucky-Michigan men's basketball game slated for Dec. 6 in London will be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Boston Globe reported Tuesday.
In an effort to address the unprecedented financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Furman University on Monday announced that it would cut the salaries of the president and senior administrators, implement furloughs and budget reductions, and discontinue the baseball and men's lacrosse programs.