The latest news on college athletics
The University of Illinois's chancellor invoked the First Amendment to lift a ban on mascot Chief Illiniwek.
The American University athletic department has asked the school's pep band to stop playing the "Hey" song.
A heroes' welcome greeted Stanford football players in Palo Alto as they returned from their upset victory over No. 1-ranked USC.
Florida State University's athletes are in trouble for misconduct again.
After Duke's football team snapped a 22-game losing streak (the longest in the country) with a 20-14 win over Northwestern, hundreds of fans stormed Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, tearing down the goal posts in "a visceral reaction to a moment of pure fanatic jubilation.
The Nittany Lions prove they are not above (lightly) stooping to conquer.
You can buy a lot with $1,100: at least 4,400 packages of Ramen noodles, one semester or so of textbooks, even a small portion of your tuition. You can also buy a ticket to the greatest rivalry in college football: Penn State vs. Notre Dame?
A recent decision by the University of Oregon athletic department to invest a pretty penny in a competitive women's cheerleading squad has twisted the spankies of parts of the college sports community, resulting in a war of words via the Oregon Daily Emerald.