RECRUITINGOhio State’s draft class: Most impressive in modern NFL historyThe quality of picks set them apart: all 12 Buckeye players were selected in the first four rounds.
REALIGNMENTWichita State interested in joining Mountain West, considering footballSome D1 schools consider dropping/demoting football, some consider adding it, and some drop it and bring it back again.
TAXESShould rich universities pay property taxes to poor cities?Clips eFlashA funding battle is brewing between Yale University and its longtime home town of New Haven, Connecticut.
MASCOTSFlorida State fans to be prohibited from wearing Native American headdresses at gamesA decade after the NCAA's nicknames and mascots campaign, a student-led initiative seeks to move more in line with the culture of the Seminole Tribe.
REC SPORTSNo Pain, No GainStudy: When students spend more time in physical activities, they're more likely to succeed academically.
RECRUITINGMizzou Freshmen Enrollment Plunges After Fake ProtestsThe University of Missouri's student enrollment has plunged in the wake of protests this past fall.
TAXING COLLEGESYale Fights Tax BillsWhat does a 182-year-old law mean for Connecticut’s colleges and universities in 2016?
BVB C-SHIPNCAA Beach Volleyball Championship selections announcedThe 1st-ever Beach VB championship will be held May 6-8, in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
RECRUITINGIt’s hard to tell how good NFL teams are at the draftSome observers have called the draft a “crapshoot,” but data suggests that the draft acts like an efficient market and when a player is picked speaks volumes about his future career.
HISTORY125 Years of Mountaineer Football125 years ago Washington & Jefferson introduced West Virginia University to the great game of football. The Presidents defeated WVU by the depressing score of 72-0.
FRAUDUNC’s new NOA a challenge for NCAA, tooThe new notice of allegations have been met by relief and exasperation. The outcome could impact the credibility of UNC and the NCAA.
ACADEMICSUNC's academic scandal leaves professors, university in perilUNCs reputation as a highly-regarded academic school is being questioned by a higher power: the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission.
REALIGNMENTLeaving the Big TimeIn a first for the Football Bowl Subdivision, the University of Idaho's struggling team is abandoning college football's top level, a reset its president says is best for the institution.
AMATEURISMNCAA has nothing on Laremy Tunsil and Ole Miss unless they cooperateOle Miss has to wonder what Tunsil's TV admission means for its football program. The answer: probably not much.
LIFESTYLEDo YOU have lots of questions about the NCAA and traditional religious schools?Will the NCAA eject religious private schools asking students and staff to live under lifestyle covenants that, among other doctrines, affirm that sex outside of traditional marriage is sin?
THE ELEPHANTSome colleges better without football than with it?Eastern Michigan U football is not exactly thriving, as portrayed on HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.”
DRAFTPotential legal fallout from Laremy Tunsil's hacked Twitter accountTunsil’s bong video raises obvious questions about Tunsil’s judgment, particularly in the wake of the Johnny Manziel flameout.
NCAANCAA overstepping in efforts to end discrimination?Clips eFlashThe NCAA has voted to remove all NCAA championships from states / cities / venues that do not remove "concerns of discrimination."
P4PLaremy Tunsil’s draft-night admission not death sentence for Ole MissTunsil is off to the NFL, but the folks in Oxford will still have to deal with the fallout.
MLAXMLAX: Maryland leads final men's committee rankingsThe amazing parity in this year’s men’s lacrosse made the rankings very difficult.
LEADERSHIPPac-12 Commissioner Scott’s future, the Guerrero incident and changing dynamics with CEOsHere’s a soup-to-nuts of the Pac-12, and the interplay among the commissioner, Presidents and ADs.
SATELLITE CAMPSDoes college football need a commissioner?The recent confusion of the ban/no ban on satellite camps has led to thoughts of a different governance structure for football.
SEXUAL ASSAULTSSomething's rotten at Baylor and it's way past time to pay attentionThe Bears' history with sexual assault is far too pervasive to ignore.
LEADERSHIPMack Rhoades reflects on a tumultuous first year as Mizzou ADAll this in Rhoades’ first year: a boycott by the football team; the retirement of the school’s winningest football coach; an investigation of infractions in the men’s basketball program and the Maty Mauk saga.
GOVERNANCENCAA Governance review group seeks feedbackMembers will provide input on D1 governance structure.