From Scott Frost's coaching search to possible "schedule alterations" to the men's hoops team's gray uniforms, here's a full roundup.
Omaha has found its next athletic director, and it didn't go far to find him.
The new leader of the Bluejays' athletic department is no stranger to the Big East.
The deals are coming fast and furious for college athletes looking to capitalize on the new name, image and likeness landscape.
The Nebraska food chain is offering deals to the first 100 current athletes who opt in and promote the restaurant's rewards app on social media.
The NCAA took another step toward blanket protocols related to name, image and likeness.
Wateska has served as director of strength and conditioning at Stetson (Florida) since 2015. A Penn State graduate, he was a member of the Nittany Lions' 1986 national championship football team.
As an offensive lineman for the Nebraska football team, Jeremiah Sirles helped create opportunities for quarterbacks to find an open receiver …
LOS ANGELES - Even by the lofty standards of UCLA gymnastics, the team's 2016 freshmen stood out. The group was one of the greatest collections of recruits in NCAA history, including two Olympic gold medalists and others with state, regional and national accolades. One of the nine women, however, stood apart. Maria Caire's team biography had no record of a competitive career. UCLA listed Caire ...
Following a national search, Nebraska-Kearney stayed in house for its next permanent athletic director, promoting Marc Bauer from his interim …
"Technically the plaintiffs won the case and the NCAA will not be happy that they were found to be in violation of antitrust law, but ultimately this allows the NCAA to keep the bulk of their amateurism rules in place," said Gabe Feldman director of the Tulane University sports law program.
Nebraska athletics raked in more than $112 million in revenue for the 2015-16 school year, according to a report compiled by USA Today.
Dr. J. Kemper Campbell’s review of “Indentured” by Joe Nocera (LJS , July 3) raises again the issue of whether student athletes should be paid…
This editorial appeared in the Washington Post.
I agree that many improvements must be made in college athletics.