Who would win the NCAA women's basketball tournament if the games were decided by the teams' classroom performance? Inside Higher Ed has the answer.
Recent incidents where fans rushed the basketball court have prompted athletic conferences to consider banning the sometimes-dangerous tradition. But they admit it's not easy.
In an unusual case unfolding in Iowa, a university is fighting in court for the right to keep a basketball player accused of sexual assault off the team.
Northwestern football players make unprecedented filing for collective bargaining rights, but colleges and NCAA are sure to make it an uphill battle.
At annual convention, athletes tell NCAA their voice isn't valued under new Division I model, while members generally support presidential control and power-conference autonomy.
U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill stops researcher from discussing her controversial findings on literacy of athletes.
Debating a possible new governance structure, Division I faculty members, students and athletics directors question whether athletes are sufficiently represented.
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