The NCAA has avoided creating ways to cut players in on its licensing deals, but now even some of the schools are drawing a line.
As universities bring unpaid players back to "voluntary" workouts during the pandemic, at least 39 schools report confirmed cases of the virus.
Nothing's Happening to the Officer Who Misidentified Bird Shit as Cocaine in the Arrest of a Young Black Man
The $2 test that the cop administered on the side of a dark road without wearing gloves was horribly wrong.
The president offered fast food to the National Champion Clemson Tigers at the White House, but Michael Strahan, Quavo, and others have decided to one up that.
Clemson visited the White House last night and the president inadvertently provided the perfect image for the sham of amateurism.
Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams stopped himself mid-sentence when he was about to drop a diss on Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray and pulled out of a nose-dive.
Players reported that they were shown videos of serial killers and eyeballs getting ripped up by power drills during meals. The usual stuff.
Saban, West, and WVU basketball coach Bob Huggins threw their support behind West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin in a new ad about coaches who support the senatorial candidate.
Will we see a defensive Heisman winner? Who will be the next (only better) Josh Allen? What will the Herm Edwards era look like at ASU? You'll find all this and more in the VS Top 25.
Brady Reiff tried to open the front door first, noticed a cop in there, and then tried to move to the back seat before being arrested for public intoxication.
"Our game is under attack," claimed the University of North Carolina head football coach.
After his amazing performance in overtime of the National Championship, the Alabama true freshman is a household name.