FBSHere's how difficult and costly it is to start an FBS college football programWichita State is once again looking into bringing back football, which was last played at the school way back in 1986.
ICONSEvery female athlete playing sports today owes a debt of gratitude to Pat SummittPat Summitt was a pioneer for all of women's sports, not just basketball.
AD EXTRAORDINAIRELock down Jim SterkSan Diego State athletic director is talented target for high-profile college programs.
D3Baruch lacked institutional controlShenanigans and skullduggery are not unique to big-time D1 schools.
INFRACTIONSThe case against Ole MissAmid significant allegations, will the NCAA find smoke or fire in Rebels’ football program?
POLITICSI can't believe Adam Schefter is really this naiveSports media members were asked whether politics should be discussed on air. Barry Petchesky said the "most bearish of them all was NFL robot Adam Schefter."
MEDIAMedia Circus: Should sports media members discuss politics publicly?Here’s a roundtable discussion with some of the most prominent of today's sport media to discuss engaging in politics on social media.
MASCULINITY'Be a Man'Colleges are increasingly creating masculinity programs, aimed at boosting retention while encouraging students to rethink what it means to "be a man."
FB SKEDFCS better off with 11 or 12 regular-season games?A so-called “permissive proposal” is scheduled for submission into the 2016-17 NCAA D1 legislative cycle.
GOLFHow Recruiting Works In College Golf ￼The author watched a couple dozen college golf coaches watching 156 elite high school golfers.
FBWichita State’s eighth study on the feasibility of adding footballWichita State has studied reviving football eight—yes, 8—times since 1987.
HIRINGLittlepage and his staff have knack for finding right coaches for U.Va.UVa AD Craig Littlepage has made many great coaching hires, including six coaches who have won national championships.
ANTICSThe tantalizing, irresistible appeal of hot wheels to some college football starsClips eFlashComing-of-age machismo is ho-hum everywhere, but the same behavior becomes very public when big-time college football players do the same thing.
FACILITIESODU's new stadium will have a giant "Big Blue Monster." But how will expansion happen?Old Dominion’s 57-foot blue wall was named after Fenway’s wall.
MEDIALive Matters: On Bill Simmons and TV In 2016Why live matters more than ever before.
RECRUITINGWhat to look for in an NBA draft prospectGood (and great) NBA prospects are not always obvious.
DRAFTDespite new NCAA rule, NBA Draft results in record 30 undrafted underclassmenOf the 60 players drafted into the NBA, 15 were college seniors, 16 were international players, and the rest college players who forfeited their eligibility to enter the draft.
COACHINGUConn coach Bob Diaco talks . . .. . . about coaching legacy, the Huskies’ future and how he landed JFK’s Fettuccine Alfredo recipe.
SEXUAL ASSAULTSEighteen years later, Oregon State rape victim gets closure at NebraskaTwo Oregon State players raped a woman 18 years ago but were hardly disciplined by then-coach Mike Riley, who offered closure to the victim on Wednesday.
PAC-12Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott addresses the revenue gap with Big Ten, SECThe all-knowing, all-seeing business of college sports sage of the Left Coast gets down to the gritty on Pac-12 revenues.
SALARIES2016 NBA Draft 1st Round Rookie Salary ProjectionsHere’s detailed chartage and enlightened commentary about NBA rookie salaries.
GENDERThe importance of the WSF's gender bias reportMarjorie Snyder, WSF senior director of research and programs, spoke with espnW about the recent coaching gender study.
DIVERSITYSupreme Court affirmative action decision a win for truly amateur college sportsAuthor: It is not in America’s long term best interest to have 12 elite colleges produce the majority of the business leaders in America.
PAY10 ways college athletes can get paid and remain eligible for their sportFrom modeling to competing in other sports, athletes have options to bring in money while in school.
SEXUAL ASSAULTSNew Push to Ban Violent AthletesA petition signed by 130,000 people urges the NCAA to ban student-athletes convicted of sexual assault.