SWOOSHNike Co-Founder Knight to Step Down as Chairman in 2016CEO Mark Parker is Knight’s pick to be next chairman.
REALIGNMENTShould the Big 12 go from 10 to 14?Clips eFlashHere's a Clay Travis prognostication on the next realignment moves.
DIVERSITYThe 2015 Racial and Gender Report Card: NBAThe Report Card confirmed the League’s continued leadership position in the sports industry with its commitment to and record for racial and gender hiring practices during the 2014-2015 NBA season.
BRANDINGHow to tell better brand storiesThree tips: Tell stories about regular people, be funny and use owned media channels.
SALARIES2015 NBA Draft 1st Round Rookie Salary ProjectionsThe highest pay will go to #1 pick Karl-Anthony Towns of Kentucky, with a max of $25.7m over his rookie contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves, including a $11.6m guaranteed during his first two years.
CAP CUPUniversity of Virginia Men's Athletics Program Wins Its First Capital One Cup TrophyComeback victory at NCAA College World Series propels Cavaliers to the top of the Capital One Cup standings.
HOME ADVANTAGECollege Football Home Field Advantage RankingsHere’s an analysis of data for home field advantage across the spectrum of college football.
RACERemoving Confederate Symbols Is a Step, but Changing a Culture Can Take YearsOle Miss has been striving to shift from its Confederate past, shedding traditions like waving the rebel flag at football games while taking steps to improve and celebrate its diversity.
REALIGNMENTBig 12 expansion: Examining the pros, cons and candidatesAre there enough blue chip candidates to become the Big 12’s 11th and 12th members?
TRAVELThe Best And Worst Airlines, Airports And Flights, Summer 2015 UpdateFacebook and Twitter timelines are filled with travelers who suffer from Airport Rage. Ordinarily good-natured, they turn into a cross between Alec Baldwin and Gerard Depardieu when their flight is late.
BKNCAA extends family travel expense program for DI MBK, WBKThe extension was recommended by both the D1 Men’s Basketball Oversight Committee and the D1 Women’s Basketball Oversight Committee.
LEADERSHIPQ&A with Duke Blue Devils coach Mike KrzyzewskiClips InterviewCoach K talks about why he is excited about the future of college basketball.
RECRUITINGWhere do SEC football players come from? Look to Georgia, and specifically AtlantaGeorgia has been the epicenter for SEC recruiting over the best decade. By far.
SCHOLARSHIPSRutgers, Title IX and the MoneyGoRound Rutgers got a fantastic Big Ten invite, but not instant financial gratification.
Looking back at Congress' Watergate-era sports gambling inquiryPotential legislation might amend or repeal PASPA, including a number of technology-related topics, such as line monitoring, mobile betting and age verification protections.
COACHINGNorthwestern's landmark hiring goes largely unnoticedSpencer Allen becomes the first black baseball coach in Big Ten history and just the third black baseball coach ever to lead a Power 5 team.
LEADERSHIPNew Syracuse AD Coyle talks Boeheim succession, fixing FBMark Coyle inherits an athletic department in need of “immediate fixing.”
FACILITIESNJ Senate passes $25M bill for Rutgers athletics facilitiesFacilities improvements will allow Rutgers to more competitively compete in the very competitive Big Ten Conference.
TITLESPac-12 leads Nation with nine NCAA titlesBilled as "Conference of Champions,” the Pac-12’s nine NCAA titles came from four men’s, four women’s and one combined team titles.
NBAShould NCAA serve as NBA's minor league?Mark Cuban thinks one-and-done prospects would be better off spending a transitional year in the D-League.
SALARIES$1.5 million: A New Normal for Asst. FB Coaches Salary increases are not restricted to head coaches.
PERCEPTIONSOn the Confederate FlagClips Guest CommentaryOur guest author offers his usual straight-from-the-hip, uncensored thoughts on blaming a flag for a massacre.
RACECharleston and the Color of College SportsClips Guest CommentaryOur guest author decries the massacre of nine Christian African-Americans in Charleston as a symbol of American racism unchecked.
ENFORCEMENTWhen Alabama was in legitimate danger of receiving the death penaltyCrimson Tide football would have gotten The Big Haircut back in 2002 -- the death penalty.
REALIGNMENTEvaluating candidates for possible (albeit unlikely) Big 12 expansionThanks to former Oklahoma governor and US senator David Boren (now Oklahoma President), a possible Big 12 expansion is off the back burner.