EXPANSIONThe latest developments in Big 12 expansionThe on again/off-again decision is still on-again/off-again.
ADPurdue’s Mike Bobinski goal is clear -- from good to greatNew AD is building for title-winning future.
COACHES2016 College Football Hot Seat RankingsFour SEC coaches should watch their backs.
MEDIAColonial Athletic Association signs agreement with CSMG CSMG will handle TV, digital/streaming, audio, and mobile deals on behalf of the conference.
ADJaspers Talk: Marianne ReillyMarianne Reilly has been Manhattan College AD since March, but she has made significant moves already.
NCAAShould NCAA Advocacy have limits?Clips eFlashThe NCAA has awesome rules making/enforcing, championships, eligibility, etc. responsibilities. But should it stop there?
EXPANSIONSeen from both sides, Lew Perkins can't predict what Big 12 will doLew Perkins, former UConn AD, speaks about about a number of issues facing his former university.
FACILITIESDePaul arena naming rights take center stageThe DePaul arena will open next fall, and naming rights are up for grabs.
FANSGet Yer Beer HereFor decades, beer sales at college football games were nearly unheard-of. Now many programs are turning to alcohol to help boost attendance and revenue.
EXPANSIONThe risk, importance, and uncertainty around Houston’s push to join the Big 12There is a huge desire to be in the Power 5.
STATSStudent Diversity at More Than 4,600 InstitutionsA humungous sortable table on race, ethnicity and gender at undergrad, grad and professional schools for FT/PT students in all 50 states.
RACEA President Attacked for Biracial ChildrenRacist chalkings and phone threats criticize Bethany College in Kansas over its leader's family and its efforts to diversify student body.
EXPANSIONOnly one constant remains in Big 12 expansion: the league’s dysfunctionThe Big 12 has reinforced its status as “the biggest laughingstock in all of college sports.” Ouch, Pete, what do you REALLY mean?.
VIDEO FBWhat playing Madden teaches us about football — and what it doesn’tFrom the New York Times Sunday Magazine comes a relatively rare article about sports.
INVESTIGATIONBaylor proactively hires law firm to hedge against NCAA-Penn State repeatDue to the NCAA sanctioning Penn State following its recent scandal, Baylor has hired a law firm to keep ahead.
SEXUAL ASSAULTSStudent says UNC favored athlete accused of rapeAnother student publicizes rape allegations, saying UNC Chapel Hill and campus police offered more support to the suspect than to her as the victim.
AD BIOHeather Lyke: The sporty typeEastern Michigan AD built her career on strong foundation rooted in athletics.
INFRACTIONSMoving Your Collegiate Sports Infractions Case Along and Avoiding Next OneOne of the most common complaints of the processing of D1 COI major infractions cases was the time it took to resolve a case from the start of the investigation.
QB'SThe nation's best QBs are in the ACC, and it's not even closeIf you're seeking top-tier QB play, look to the ACC, which will see its best do battle starting this week.
REFORMThe attitude toward sexual and athlete violence in college sports must changeThe author laments that an alleged rape concerning yet another athlete at a major D1 school perpetuates the reality/perception that these instances have become far too common.
FCSThe legend of North Dakota State continuesAfter five straight FCS championships and four straight wins over Power 5 teams, NDSU stunned Iowa with a last-second field goal.
HBCUSHBCUs unfairly penalized by NCAA academic and graduation standardsData show black athletes’ graduation rate is below 50 percent whether at HBCUs or white schools.
OPSWVU stadium issues, FCS teams and the Big 12Logistics went much more smoothly in West Virginia’s second home game.
FACILITIESRider unveils Jason Thompson Court in new practice facilityMetro Atlantic Athletic Conference school makes big basketball upgrade.
FACILITIESU-Florida presents $100 million facilities initiativeUpgrades include a new stand-alone football complex and baseball and softball stadiums renovations.