For the most part, the first couple Big 12 media day sessions wrapped up without any cause for concern—the coaches largely avoided mansplaining or rambling on about fake families, and the second-most contentious question of the day focused on whether Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury is no longer the hottest coach…
Kansas State starting left guard Scott Frantz became just the second current openly gay FBS football player Thursday morning, after coming out to ESPN’s Holly Rowe in a recent interview.
Just 24 hours after a lawsuit filed by former Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt took over the college football news cycle, current Rebels coach Hugh Freeze faced reporters at SEC Media Days.
Former Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt filed a lawsuit against the school Wednesday, claiming it broke the terms of his 2011 severance agreement when football officials attempted to pin the majority of the Rebels’ recent NCAA violations on the 59-year-old CBS analyst.
Two weeks ago, Ibrahim Johnson, the older brother of five-star Texas basketball commit Mohamed Bamba, brashly played his hand, releasing a 22-minute rant that seemingly trashed Bamba’s reputation and jeopardized his college eligibility. While entertaining, the effort turned out to be as fruitless as his prior attempt…
Joe Buck joined Dan Le Batard on the latter’s radio show Monday night to chat about angry fan crank calls, his own personal baseball card, and that one time he vacationed in Mexico and got absolutely baked.
The parents of a former elite-level gymnast are suing the U.S. Olympic Committee and USA Gymnastics for their part in an “orchestrated scheme ... to suppress and conceal their knowledge of know sexual abusers in the USAG program, including Dr. Larry Nassar.” The lawsuit is the first to name the Olympic committee and…
Penn State is suing former defensive coordinator Bob Shoop for $891,856, claiming he breached his contract by not paying the school back after he resigned to take an SEC gig a year ago.
Stan Wawrinka, the No. 5 seed at Wimbledon, fell in four sets to unseeded 21-year-old Daniil Medvedev, who claimed both his first career victory over a top-five player and first victory at Wimbledon.
Barring a miracle, Chris Holtmann’s first year as the Ohio State men’s basketball coach is all but guaranteed to be a rough one.
Fox Sports has fired president of national networks Jamie Horowitz, according to Sports Business Journal’s John Ourand.
Nick Kyrgios retired from his opening match at Wimbledon with a hip injury after falling down two sets to world No. 70 Pierre Hugues-Herbert.
Ibrahim Johnson, brother of five-star Texas commit Mohamed Bamba, posted a 22-minute Facebook Live video on Monday in which he repeated the phrase “long story short” at least a dozen times and claimed Bamba received, amongst other things, shoes, vacations, dental work, a television, a $200-per-week allowance, and…
Michigan receiver Grant Perry pleaded guilty to one count of resisting a police officer and one misdemeanor count of assault and battery Wednesday, according to the Lansing State Journal.
Two Vanderbilt players were shot Monday night while attempting to help a teammate retrieve his cell phone, which had been stolen hours earlier. Both players are expected to recover from their injuries; the phone, as of now, remains stolen.
Only two things can stop the Utah-BYU college basketball rivalry: The most destructive war humanity’s ever witnessed, and a pasty guard sucker-punching another guard in garbage time.
The NCAA is currently conducting an investigation of Baylor in regards to its football program’s recent sexual assault scandal, according to a recent legal filing from university lawyers.
A 23-year-old (presumably former) University of Missouri employee drove his Volkswagen Passat through a gate outside Mizzou Arena early Sunday morning. According to the St. Louis Post Dispatch, the driver then somehow managed to steer said car onto the basketball court inside the arena, causing roughly $100,000 in…
A Michigan judge ruled Friday that Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State doctor facing dozens of allegations of sexual assault from former patients spanning the past two decades, will stand trial for 12 counts of criminal sexual conduct.
Kentucky Sports Radio published a two-page letter sent to Louisville fans and donors from Cardinals head coach Rick Pitino Wednesday, in which the embattled coach (yet again) invoked 9/11, Bernie Madoff, and his infamous Italian restaurant sexcapade in an attempt to convince Louisville donors and fans of his innocence…