Andy Kennedy wishes players could have unlimited fouls, but there’d be a catch.
Nick Saban doesn’t care to talk about recruiting accusations from a decade ago.
John Groce suspended Darius Paul for an entire season, which was a proper move.
Paul was reportedly looking to acquire DMT and had already failed two drug tests.
The Big Ten yearns to own two regions, which would be unprecedented for a collegiate conference.
Paul had previously been arrested on charges of underage drinking and resisting an officer.
Northwestern AD Jim Phillips will soon find himself at the forefront of a controversial issue.
Rutgers just can’t get out of its own way.
Vereen and Fales are the first 2014 draft picks to agree to terms with their respective team.
If you add schools out East, you need to embrace the region. And the Big Ten has already.
Robinson failed to lead the Beavers to an NCAA Tournament in six seasons.
In the money-driven culture of collegiate athletics, the Chicago market and continued gridiron success make NIU appealing.
Ohio State makes a visit to Louisville in another marquee matchup.
Wisconsin has a most favorable 2014 conference schedule.
Winston will reportedly be suspended until he completes his community service.
In a wild scene on campus Friday, Northwestern football players voted whether to unionize.
A group of DePaul students held a protest over what they feel are severe shortcomings by their school’s athletic department when it comes to handling cases of sexual violence.
Why is it so important to some that there is a fantasy world in which none of this happened?
Northwestern football players cast secret ballots Friday in an on-campus hall adjacent to their home stadium on whether to form the nation’s first union for college athletes. Just don’t expect results any time soon.
(CBS) Illinois basketball player Darius Paul was arrested early Tuesday morning for resisting a police officer and underage drinking, according to the Champaign News-Gazette. The 20-year-old Paul evaded police after they saw he and another man […]