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Cornell (13-3) never trailed. The Big Red led 6-4 at halftime, 10-6 after three quarters and pulled away in the fourth quarter.
New Rutgers basketball coach Eddie Jordan is not a graduate of the university as the school had claimed, another embarrassment for an athletic program still smarting from the firing of previous coach Mike Rice.
Penn State has 67 scholarship players on its football roster and coach Bill O'Brien sees no reason why that will change significantly by the time the season starts Aug. 31.
Penn State has 67 scholarship football players on its roster and coach Bill O'Brien sees no reason why that will change significantly by the time the season starts on Aug. 31.
Maurice Taylor and Louis Bullock are eager to reconnect with Michigan.
The use of video replay will be expanded at next month's College World Series to give umpires the ability to take a second look at a ball hit down an outfield line to determine if it's fair or foul.
The Final Four's first two games are moving to cable next year.
Network executives decided in recent months that the best approach for both companies was to split the coverage for the next two years before beginning to take turns. TBS will televise the entire Final Four in 2016 and CBS in 2017.
Jarvis Jones is not James Harrison. For one thing, there's the hair.
Like a deal with the devil, accepting money from the federal government comes with strings. Whether it be the National Collegiate Athletic Association or the National Endowment for the Arts or organizations in between, accepting taxpayer dollars necessarily means abiding by terms and conditions set by Congress.
When Iowa State brought Keith Moore back as a student assistant in 2010, the university was hoping for another high-profile success in a program that helps former athletes return to finish their degrees.
The University of Oregon has acknowledged major NCAA violations in connection with football recruiting and proposed a self-imposed two-year probation with the loss of one scholarship in each of the next three years, according to documents released by the school.
Stefanie Dolson grabbed the microphone on stage after the NCAA final and uttered four words: "President Obama, we're ba-aaack!"
They haven't stopped partying in Louisville.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Congress ought to step into the arena of college sports and investigate whether the NCAA has too much power over athletes.