USU: Ex-coach's 'fact-finding mission' broke rules

Utah State's athletic director and university president told football coach Blake Anderson he was fired for attempting to personally investigate the circumstances of a player's domestic violence arrest, according to a termination letter obtained by ESPN.


Baker: NCAA settlement adds pressure, certainty

NCAA president Charlie Baker, speaking to reporters on Monday, said the pending antitrust case settlement will put financial pressure on everyone in college sports, but he believes it also creates more certainty for schools to plan for a new system.


UAB becomes first D-I football team to join PA

The UAB football team became the first in Division I to sign on with Athletes.org, a budding players' association.


Virginia law allows schools to pay athletes for NIL

Schools in Virginia will be able to directly pay athletes via name, image and likeness deals thanks to a state law signed Thursday morning.


Ex-Kentucky swimmers sue, accuse coach of rape

Two former Kentucky swimmers filed a lawsuit saying their former coach sexually assaulted them and that the university ignored warnings about his alleged inappropriate behavior toward women.


NCAA: Women's tourney may see changes in 2025

Lynn Holzman, the head of the NCAA women's basketball tournament, is pushing to review potential changes to the event's format this summer, a year sooner than planned, telling ESPN that there's been enough data reported about the growth of the sport.


Dartmouth hoops players vote to join local union

The Dartmouth men's basketball team voted 13-2 Tuesday to join its local service employees union.


Judge grants preliminary injunction over NIL rules

A federal judge has barred the NCAA from enforcing its rules prohibiting NIL compensation from being used to recruit athletes, granting a request for a preliminary injunction and dealing another blow to the association's ability to govern college sports.


NCAA boss against additional transfer limitations

NCAA president Charlie Baker said he's not in favor of rules or federal laws that would place new limits on the way college athletes transfer between schools.


NCAA changes: NLRB, lawsuits and mounting legal challenges

Making sense of the latest NLRB decision and antitrust cases that target amateurism in the NCAA.