On Wednesday, it was reported that UConn president Susan Herbst ruled that former men’s basketball coach Kevin Ollie’s firing over recruiting violations was justified and officially terminated him, thus costing Ollie the remaining $10 million on his contract. The same night, a public records request from the …
The video you’re about to watch is going to look chaotic as hell and sound like the end of days—almost immediately, your ears will be flooded with girls screaming at the top of their lungs while your eyes fixate on what appears to be a violent brawl. Upon closer inspection, however, you’ll realize that all you are…
Mike Leach might’ve officially lost it.
Michigan State interim president John Engler wrote in an email that he believed Rachel Denhollander received a “kickback” for being the leading voice in the case built against convicted serial sex abuser Larry Nassar.
Nearly a year later, footage of one man’s bold, very illegal joyride through Missouri’s basketball stadium has been made public. It does not disappoint.
Nine of the 10 Minnesota football players who were temporarily or permanently suspended at the conclusion of a 2016 university sexual assault investigation are suing the school for $5 million apiece.
Do the best you can with what you have—it’s an old idiom, and one that is particularly useful when it comes to explaining the above image. It is also useful to note the pathetic foot at lower left. Here is how it came to pass.
Temple has yet to start construction on a promised community jobs center, a project that was announced three years ago, but its plans for a controversial on-campus football stadium have only gained steam. This is thanks in part to some grade-A scuzzery courtesy of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Former Michigan State players Donnie Corley, Josh King, and Demetric Vance were sentenced to 36 months’ probation Wednesday morning, bringing to a close the first of two sexual misconduct cases being faced by former Spartans.
College baseball writers better be prepared to be succinct as hell for the next four weeks.
After Auburn and the NCAA caught some flak for dropping a roster spot for football walk-on C.J. Harris, head coach Guz Malzahn addressed the matter briefly and claimed Harris did not receive medical clearance.
There are some things in life a person figures out by the time they’re grown: gravity, death, the calculated depletion of media and America at the hand of venture capitalists. And N.C. State’s mediocrity.
Tired of low seeds and early exits from the NCAA tournament, Conference USA is ready to try something different.
C.J. Harris was supposed to be standing on the sidelines in an Auburn uniform come this fall. Now, thanks to the NCAA’s outdated guidelines on medicinal marijuana, he’ll watch his lifelong favorite team from the stands.
South Carolina women’s basketball head coach Dawn Staley settled her lawsuit against Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk on Thursday. The decision comes four months after Sterk went on a radio show and accused the Gamecocks coach of promoting a hostile fan atmosphere—back in January, when the two teams played at…
Listen. I get it, really, I do—your football team’s strung together a couple 10-win seasons; you won a few bowl games; you even signed your coach to a shiny 10-year deal. Things are looking up, as they say, and you want to strike while the iron’s hot. But when Northwestern, the most uninteresting team with the loudest…
Olive Sagapolu is a senior nose tackle for Wisconsin. Playing that particular position, especially in the Big Ten, means the American Samoa native has to be a hefty lad—according to the Badgers, he clocks in at 336 pounds. Now, with that information and the above photo of him enveloping poor Max Bortenschlager in…
After three days of deliberation, the jury in Todd McNair’s defamation lawsuit against the NCAA ruled in favor of college sports’ governing body. The jury reportedly sided with the NCAA 9-3, deciding it did not make false statements about McNair.
If there’s one benefit to working in a leadership position at a major college sports program, and there are many, it’s that even if you end up disgraced and fired, you’re probably going to stay rich as hell.