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In a risky and expensive endeavor, colleges are spending more and more money on athletics in hopes of earning a spot among the Power Five conferences.
A player's social media post about Donald Trump and a coach's advice to be "socially responsible" inspire a debate about athlete speech.
Former Stanford swimmer is but the latest example of university athletes accused of assaulting women who seem to escape punishments that are serious enough for their crimes.
University of Mississippi punishes itself for violating NCAA rules, including falsifying ACT scores for football recruits.
Ken Starr resigns as president. University fires football coach. Analysis released by institution finds numerous cases in which it mishandled sexual violence involving football players.
With board considering firing president amid growing allegations the university looked the other way on sexual assaults involving football players, Starr is expected to resign.
In a first for the NCAA's Football Bowl Subdivision, the University of Idaho's struggling team is abandoning college football's top level, a reset its president says is best for the institution.
NCAA punished more than half of Power Five conference members and more than a quarter of all Division I colleges for major violations in last decade.
Baylor University has one of the top football teams in the country. It's also the world's largest Baptist university. Can the two identities coexist without serious compromise?
Are the physical and emotional beatings that come with historically black colleges and universities competing against big-time football powers worth the financial incentive?
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