F40Forde-Yard Dash: Worst fears for this college football seasonClips Guest CommentaryForty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football (fire extinguishers sold separately in Morgantown).
SPORTS LAWFlorida State's Jameis Winston hearing could face many legal hurdlesHere's a deep dive into the eventualities of the Jameis Winston disciplinary student code of conduct hearing.
STATSNCAA Student-Athlete Participation 2013-2014Here are NCAA stats at their finest: 293 pages of charts and tables and more charts and tables.
CHARTAGEPeyton Manning Nears NFL Touchdown Passing Record Manning needs three more TDs to surpass Brett Favre.
STREAKSArkansas’s SEC Misery: 15 Games and Counting The Razorbacks’s last conference win was in October 2012.
REFORMFitness Without AthleticsSpelman College has found a new way to keep its campus healthy
QB TUNE-UPA Notre Dame Star’s Season in ExileHow Everett Golson used his time away from the Irish to his advantage.
FACILITIESFinishing UConn’s New Basketball Center Could Use Some NBA BlingThe Werth Family UConn Basketball Champions Center was intro'd this week, and it is befittingly resplendent for the the Huskies’ chronic roundball dominance.
NONE & DONEEmmanuel Mudiay: The Best Player The NCAA Won't See This Season Instead of having to get up early and go to class and struggle as an 18-year-old college student, Emmanuel Mudiay will pocket more money in five months as an 18-year-old professional basketball player than many SMU students will make in twenty years.
LEADERSHIPMike Slive retiring: a compendium of articles and photosClips eFlashAfter propelling the SEC to one of the top conferences, Commissioner Mike Slive is stepping down to battle prostate cancer.
LEADERSHIPAn Inside Look at Division I and Division III College Athletic DirectorsDespite the same job title and the similar demographic profile, there are many important differences between the two positions.
ALCOHOLBest practices to address student-athlete alcohol abuseThe authors describe why drinking is among the most serious public health problems of American students.
NCAA In Taste of Autonomy, Sports Programs Now Battle for Athletes' BelliesAs of this spring semester, the NCAA has agreed to lift any limitations on what food universities can provide their athletes free of charge
LEADERSHIPMock selection exercise raises issues actual playoff committee will faceClips Guest CommentaryOur guest author describes the gritty details of his mock chairmanship of the CFP mock selection committee.
AUTONOMYThe NCAA autonomy scheme: increased costs for higher educationClips Guest CommentaryOur guest author -- a D1 President -- describes his vote to “override” the NCAA proposal as a statement in support of students and the important, long-held concept of the amateur student-athlete.
HIRINGThe 2014 WNBA Racial and Gender Report Card The WNBA broke its own record for the highest combined grade in the history of the UCF TIDES program.
GENDER EQUITYFemale Success After SportsThe majority of women executives surveyed in a study stated that sports involvement can help accelerate a woman’s leadership and career potential.
NCAAUniversity officials consider NCAA athlete payment implicationsWhether or not to compensate student athletes is an issue sparking national debate.
SPORTS LAWTodd Gurley suspended amid signed memorabilia for cash investigationGeorgia’s star tailback may be guilty of accepting monetary compensation for autographed items
LEADERSHIP Colleges Walk a Fine Line When Athletes Are Accused of Sexual AssaultUniversity of Florida and University of Kentucky are taking different approaches to this crucial matter
REVENUES Colleges’ Wider Search for Applicants Crowds Out Local StudentsState schools have become highly interested in out-of-state tuition benefits in order to help boost their budgets
DRUG TESTINGCollege athletes would face mandatory drug testing under proposed billStudent athletes at Ohio's private and public universities may soon be required to undergo annual drug testing.
SPORTS LAWLatest college sports lawsuit eyes television broadcastersA lawsuit being filed by 10 former college football and men's basketball players against many television networks, conferences, and licensing entities.
NCAA FOOTBALLSEC football is a mad, mad, mad worldThe SEC is grabbing media headlines with its recent unpredictability.
REVENUESKeeping Fans in the StandsPrice Waterhouse Cooper demonstrates the latest sports marketing divide in five charts.