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Ohio State and Virginia Tech will wear helmet stickers during Monday’s game in Blacksburg, Va., to pay tribute to two television journalists that were killed in August. Alison Parker and Adam Ward, who were members of Roanoke, Va.’s CBS affiliate, WDBJ-7, were killed Aug. 26 while conducting a live interview in Moneta, Va. Virginia Tech announced Sunday they would wear […]

  The games may not begin until Thursday night, but the spending among the thousands of fans making their way to Cleveland for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Regionals has already begun. Part of the estimated economic impact of $5 to $10 million. “With three out of the four teams being drive-in markets really helps escalate […]

An independent report has found that for 18 years nearly 3,100 students and athletes benefited from bogus classes and artificially high grades at the University…

Northwestern University’s football players will cast ballots Friday on whether to form the nation’s first union for college athletes — a potentially landmark vote that will be kept sealed for months and possibly years. The National Labor Relations Board said Thursday it will hear an appeal by Northwestern challenging the decision from a regional NLRB […]

    The Louisville Cardinals basketball player who suffered a gruesome leg injury during the 2013 NCAA Tournament is dunking again. Ware is seen practicing with his team in a video that was uploaded to YouTube. The tibia in Ware’s right lower leg snapped in half leaving the bone protruding from his skin during the […]

UPDATE 4/2 1:00PM EST Kevin Ware has left Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis pictured below on his crutches UPDATE 4/1 4:15 PM EST Up on his crutches and surrounded by family and friends, Kevin Ware had a message to all his supporters; he’ll be fine, but no, he’s NEVER watching the replay of his fall. During a conversation […]

Last weekend’s slate of college basketball games gave us one of the biggest upsets in recent memory. Wichita State, a No. 9 seed, earned its first Final Four appearance since 1965…but that wasn’t it. Syracuse made an Indiana team with NBA talent on its roster look foolish, but that wasn’t it either. And as exciting […]

    Less than 24 hours after suffering a gruesome leg fracture during the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament, Louisville guard Kevin Ware was already up and getting around his hospital room on crutches. The 20-year-old sophomore was injured while contesting a shot by Tyler Thornton of Duke in the first half of the regional final on Sunday. […]

Louisville guard Kevin Ware had successful surgery on his broken right leg Sunday night. Now his teammates and coaches are waiting to find out when the sophomore will return to campus Tuesday and whether he can travel with them later this week to the Final Four in Atlanta. Ware sustained a horrifying fracture in the first half of Sunday’s […]

Who is Brittney Griner? A sports blogger and columnist called Brittney Grinerthe “best women’s basketball player since, since ever.” And that really sums it up – Griner led her team last season to an undefeated 40-0 record and a national championship. The 6’8 senior plays all over the court – dunking, blocking shots, rebounding and dominating women’s college basketball in a […]

A report released through the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education shows that most of the schools in the NCAA’s six major sports conferences have weak graduation rates for African-American male student-athletes. The Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education provided data from a four-year study of athletes from the schools […]

In the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal that has rocked Penn State Universityto its’ core, the National Collegiate Athletic Association – the governing body of college sports – handed down sanctions against the school on Monday that included vacating all of the football teams wins from 1998 through 2011. Penn State head […]