Indiana University Is Banning Athletes with a Criminal History of Sexual or Domestic Assault
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.
If College Football Can't Accept Targeting Rule, It Will Never Solve Its Larger Safety Crisis
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?
Under Urban Meyer, Ohio State Has Traded Rebuilding For Reloading
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.