How a failed Title IX lawsuit will have lasting impact on future cases
A jury threw out a Title IX lawsuit brought by two former Pepperdine women's basketball players against the university and their former coach. But it has important ramifications for the future, especially when it comes to LGBTQ students.
Building the ultimate D-line depth chart.
SEC Network's Jordan Rodgers makes his picks for his ideal defensive line, stacked with premier talent from the conference.
UNC awaits NCAA ruling in academic case
North Carolina has wrapped up a two-day hearing with an NCAA infractions committee panel that will decide whether the school faces penalties tied to its multi-year academic scandal.
Roy Williams leads UNC group in NCAA hearing
A group of North Carolina officials spent nearly all day in a closed-door hearing to start a two-day session before an NCAA infractions committee panel in Nashville, Tennessee.
South Carolina's Bentley poised for breakout season.
Josh Kendall of The State joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss how sophomore quarterback Jake Bentley can take the lead and help the Gamecocks succeed.
Sydney Sherrill's path from hallowed ground to FSU
Oklahoma's Gatorade Softball Player of the Year already has starred on hallowed ground. Now Sydney Sherrill, aka Squid, brings her impressive résumé, complete with a background in baseball, to powerhouse Florida State.
Cal AD Mike Williams to step down in May
California athletic director Mike Williams, who began the role as an interim athletic director in July 2014, will step down in May after three years as AD.
Ex-student settles Title IX suit against Baylor
Former Baylor student Jasmin Hernandez, who filed a Title IX lawsuit alleging the university improperly responded to allegations of assault or abuse, reached an undisclosed financial settlement after a daylong mediation Saturday.
UCLA soccer's far-out freshman
Mallory Pugh aside, UCLA is accustomed to welcoming bright stars to its soccer program. But with her global travels and uncanny speed, Ashley Sanchez is still causing a stir.
NCAA to talk possible role in collegiate esports
The NCAA's board of governors will discuss esports at its scheduled meeting in October after holding a preliminary conversation last week.
PSU hazing judge orders trainer Bream to court
A contempt hearing has been set in the Penn State fraternity hazing case for assistant athletic director Tim Bream, listed as head football trainer, after the defense said it had failed to serve him with a subpoena.
NCAA orders sexual violence prevention training
Coaches and student-athletes must now take training in sexual violence prevention.
'Second Chance': Dodgers' Kyle Farmer, Alex Wood share a tattoo tribute to paralyzed former teammate
While two former Georgia Bulldogs attempt to help Los Angeles to its first World Series in nearly 30 years, inspiration from an unbreakable bond with a close friend who can no longer play the game he loves is never far away.
Cases against Nassar heading to mediation
A federal judge on Wednesday suspended litigation in cases against former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar and ordered mediation that could lead to a settlement.
Merchant Marine Academy cancels men's soccer season
Rear Adm. James Helis, the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy's superintendent, has notified the NCAA that the school's men's soccer team will not play this season due to an ongoing investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct and hazing.
UCLA volleyball player dunks.
UCLA women's volleyball player Madeleine Gates throws down a volleyball.
Why Schuye LaRue doesn't want your help
A former basketball star teaches us that the unpredictable scourge of mental illness doesn't discriminate.
Iowa gets $5 million donation to endow AD
The University of Iowa has received a $5 million donation to endow its athletic director position.
Dartmouth swimmers on probation for hazing
The Dartmouth women's swimming and diving team has been placed on probation for a year for violating the school's hazing policy by making first-year members present a sexualized PowerPoint.
Minnesota's softball coach leaving for Stanford
Minnesota softball coach Jessica Allister, who led the Gophers to a 56-5 record and top national ranking this year, is leaving for Stanford, her alma mater.
Texas volleyball star White faces DWI charges
Texas volleyball's Micaya White was charged with driving while intoxicated by University of Texas police following a March 18 traffic stop, records show.
Former UGA track star Sydelle Noel is currently 'GLOW'-ing as a Netflix wrestler
The track star turned actress gets candid about Monopoly, her father and meeting Angela Bassett.
Pete Frates out of hospital, home with family
Pete Frates, the man who inspired the Ice Bucket Challenge, posted a picture on Twitter of him surrounded by his family after being released from the hospital.
Think there's little justice in Larry Nassar's guilty plea?
Larry Nassar pleaded guilty to federal child pornography charges in exchange for avoiding prosecution for arguably more serious charges of sexually exploiting children. Is this adequate justice?
Nassar pleads guilty to child porn charges
Larry Nassar, the former Team USA gymnastics and Michigan State doctor who stands accused by more than 100 women of sexual abuse, pleaded guilty to federal child pornography charges Tuesday.
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