Taulia Tagovailoa fuels Maryland’s hopes as preseason camp opens

The junior quarterback threw for 3,860 yards last year, breaking the program’s single-season passing record.

By Emily GiambalvoAugust 3, 2022

U-Conn. star Paige Bueckers to miss upcoming season after tearing ACL

The junior guard, who earned national player of the year honors for the 2020-21 season, suffered the left knee injury while playing pickup basketball.

By Glynn A. HillAugust 3, 2022

An alumni basketball league is using Terps-Hoyas as proof of concept

Melo Trimble and the Terps face Greg Monroe and the Hoyas in a game Saturday in College Park.

By Michael ErrigoAugust 3, 2022

With NCAA silent on abortion bans, college sports face confusion

The end of Roe vs. Wade was met with silence from the NCAA and most of the college sports world, including, coaches said, inside many college athletic departments, whose upper ranks are dominated by men.

By Molly Hensley-ClancyJuly 28, 2022

Big Ten commissioner leaves open possibility for more expansion

Commissioner Kevin Warren, speaking publicly for the first time since the Big Ten announced its newest members Southern California and UCLA.

By Emily GiambalvoJuly 26, 2022

Bills WR Stefon Diggs pays it forward, hosts D.C. youth football camp

The former Maryland standout returned to the field where he played youth football two decades before.

By Caroline PinedaJune 18, 2022

Coaching salaries have climbed aboard college football’s runaway train

Kirby Smart's new deal at Georgia is just the latest of a growing trend — one that promises to leave mid-level programs behind.

By Jerry BrewerJuly 24, 2022

NCAA charges Tennessee, Jeremy Pruitt with widespread recruiting violations

The football coach was fired in January 2021 after three seasons with the Volunteers.

By Glynn A. HillJuly 22, 2022

Brent Pry working to bring winning tradition back to Virginia Tech football

The former Penn State defensive coordinator seeks to turn around the Hokies following two straight losing seasons.

By Gene WangJuly 22, 2022

New Virginia football coach Tony Elliott has players buying in early

The former Clemson offensive coordinator pushes his players to lean on will over skill.

By Gene WangJuly 21, 2022

ACC commissioner says league is trying to close gap with Big Ten and SEC

Revenue continues to lag well behind fellow Power Five conferences amid reports Clemson and Florida State are exploring departures.

By Gene WangJuly 20, 2022

Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh: ‘Have the courage to let the unborn be born’

Speaking at a fundraiser hosted by an antiabortion organization, Harbaugh took the stage Sunday as the keynote speaker to reiterate his opposition to abortion.

By Timothy BellaJuly 19, 2022

Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson will change ‘AR-15’ nickname

The Gators' likely starter is also moving away from his logo, a rifle scope reticle, on a brand that includes apparel.

By Cindy BorenJuly 18, 2022

George Mason baseball coach Bill Brown retires after 41 seasons

The longtime coach led the Patriots to the NCAA tournament on seven occasions and spent 45 total years with the program.

By Glynn A. HillJuly 8, 2022

Grambling State fires volleyball coach who cut whole team after taking job

Chelsey Lucas was fired five months after she was hired — and three months after she cut every player on her roster.

By Glynn A. HillJuly 8, 2022

College football was betrayed by the adults who were supposed to protect it

College football's real threat was never NIL payments to kids. It was the insatiable adults.

By Sally JenkinsJuly 8, 2022

Everything you need to know about USC and UCLA’s move to the Big Ten

USC and UCLA shook up the college sports landscape by announcing their departures for the Big Ten. Here's everything you need to know about their moves.

By Matt BonesteelJuly 1, 2022

USC and UCLA share values with the Big Ten all right. Greed, for one.

College sports preach shared values. Honesty doesn't seem to be one of them.

By John FeinsteinJuly 1, 2022

USC and UCLA will join the Big Ten in 2024

The move by the West Coast college sports powers will stretch the Big Ten's membership into Los Angeles with its 15th and 16th schools.

By Chuck Culpepper and Glynn A. HillJune 30, 2022

NIL hasn’t made a difference for most in enjoyment of college sports, poll finds

About half of Americans (48 percent) have heard “a lot” or “some” about the NCAA’s decision last year to allow college athletes to be paid when their names or images are used commercially.

By Emily Giambalvo, Scott Clement and Emily GuskinJune 30, 2022

Former top recruit Emoni Bates will leave Memphis for Eastern Michigan

Featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated at 15, Bates struggled as a freshman with the Tigers and will look to get back on track in his hometown of Ypsilanti.

By Des BielerJune 29, 2022