The school's new policy will apply to prospective freshmen, current students, or transfer applicants who have been convicted of or plead guilty to a felony sexual assault charge.
Her range has shades of Steph Curry, she can handle the ball like Russell Westbrook, and she's putting up numbers to rival Kristi Toliver. Maryland freshman Destiny Slocum is college basketball's next big thing.
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After three weeks, two ACC teams (No. 3 Louisville and No. 5 Clemson) and two Big Ten teams (No. 2 Ohio State and No. 4 Michigan) make up four of the top five spots in this week's AP poll.
Three weeks into the season, it looks like the Big Ten West is going to deserve all the mockery it gets.
Targeting may be the most hated and misunderstood rule in college football. But if the sport can't get behind it, how will it ever enact the safety reforms needed to ensure its long-term survival?
The Buckeyes enter the 2016 college football season on the heels of a massive experience exodus—but between Meyer's coaching and a slew of talented youngsters, they may not miss a beat in the Big Ten or on the national stage.
Big Ten athletic departments are about to a massive influx of television rights fees. Where will the money go? Everywhere but to athletes.
Iowa likely won't repeat its undefeated 2015 regular season, but the Hawkeyes can still be a factor in the national college football picture if coach Kirk Ferentz embraces aggressive play-calling.
Conference USA's tepid new television rights deal may foreshadow a future in which declining broadcast dollars force schools outside of the Power Five conferences to drop out of the NCAA's Division I Football Bowl Subdivision.