Big Ten Presidents To Discuss Starting FootballBig Ten university presidents will meet Sunday to hear a presentation about playing a fall football season after all -- maybe as soon as late October -- amid pressure from parents, players, coaches and even the president to kick off.
'A Great Way For Players To Capitalize On Name Once Collegiate Career Is Over': Chicago Native Charles Matthews On Founding Of The Players TrunkThe former Kentucky and Michigan standout has co-founded a company that helps former college athletes sell their team issued gear to fans.
President Donald Trump Slams College Football Cancellations As 'A Tragic Mistake'The President weighed in with his thoughts on the rumors swirling about the potential cancellation of the college football season.
Big Ten Football Season Set To Begin On Labor Day WeekendThe Big Ten was the last of the Power Five conferences to announce its schedule as college football navigates how to play games amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Northwestern Won't Play Wisconsin At Wrigley Field; Game Moved To Ryan FieldNorthwestern University athletic director Jim Phillips cited the possibility of a limited crowd at the famed ballpark even if fans were allowed.
Players, Advocates Protest Over Elimination Of Chicago State University Baseball ProgramA budget cut last week left the baseball program at Chicago State University permanently on the bench. However, the players aren’t going quietly.
DePaul Men's Basketball Coach Dave Leitao Emphasizes Leadership In Moving Forward On Issues Of Racial InjusticeDePaul University men’s basketball coach Dave Leitao is trying to help his players through a difficult time.
NCAA Weighs Moratorium Amid Push To Offer Fall SportsNotre Dame President Fr. John Jenkins said he expects to have clarity on how -- or if -- the football season can happen in the next few weeks.
Illinois Men's Golf Coach Mike Small Shares Frustrations, Hopes After Pandemic Cut Season ShortThe University of Illinois Men’s Golf Team was shooting for their 11th Big Ten Championship in the last 12 years, but then the season abruptly ended because of the coronavirus.
NCAA Board Votes To Allow Athletes To Benefit From Name, Image, And Likeness -- What Will That Mean For College Sports?The NCAA’s top governing board voted to allow student athletes to profit off their name, image, and likeness – or NIL.
North Central College Quarterback Broc Rutter Jumping From Division III To NFLQuarterback Broc Rutter had a record-setting career at North Central College, leading them to their first-ever National Championship and essentially winning the Heisman Trophy equivalent in NCAA Division III.
Reggie Corbin Ready For Prime Time In The NFL Draft 'I've Waited My Entire Life For This'Corbin has been in Florida training since the end of last season, but is back in Maryland with his family for the draft.
Loyola Basketball Coach Porter Moser Has Stayed Busy During Stay-At-Home Period, Says Sister Jean Is Doing 'Awesome'Coaches are used to being on the move 24/7 and never sitting still, so being stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic is definitely different. Loyola Ramblers Men’s Basketball Head Coach Porter Moser hasn’t slowed down, though.
Mount Carmel Alum Steven Wirtel Gets In His Final Work Before NFL DraftMount Carmel High School alum Steven Wirtel just wrapped up a great run as a long snapper at Iowa State, and his brother John – also a long snapper – was in Bears Training Camp last year.
DePaul's Chante Stonewall Hopes To Be Selected In WNBA Draft Friday NightDePaul University basketball player Chante Stonewall, the biggest defensive player of the year and also their top scorer this past season, is hoping to be selected Friday night in the WNBA Draft.