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Graham Mertz threw five touchdown passes to match the Wisconsin record in a commanding first career start and the No. 14 Badgers beat Illinois 45-7 on Friday night to open the pandemic-delayed Big Ten football season.
The Pac-12 has established cancellation and tiebreaker policies for its virus-truncated football season.
Jovan Mercado, an Omak High School sophomore who represented Washington state at the 2019 national Pepsi Championship, carried a hot start to the final ball to win the Junior Bowlers Tour stop at Lilac Lanes on Oct. 11.
Mac Jones passed for 417 yards and four touchdowns and No. 2 Alabama's aerial assault picked apart No. 3 Georgia's heralded defense in the second half of a 41-24 victory Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
College coaches endured a tense time waiting for the NCAA to green light the 2020-21 basketball season.
The COVID-19 pandemic is packing a punch in college football this week, nowhere harder than in the Southeastern Conference.
A set of proposals to permit NCAA athletes to earn money from endorsements and sponsorships deals will go up for vote in January, the last step for the association to change its rules but not the last word on how name, image and likeness compensation will work.
Lane Kiffin gets the chance to snap one of the more interesting streaks in college football.
Two games matching ranked Southeastern Conference teams. including the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry, highlights the fifth week of the college football season.
MADISON, Wis. – Colleges across the country are struggling to salvage the fall semester amid skyrocketing coronavirus cases, entire dorm complexes and frat houses under quarantine, and flaring tensions with local community leaders over the spread of the disease.
Lute Olson, the Hall of Fame coach who turned Arizona into a college basketball powerhouse, has died. He was 85.
The athletes weren't the only ones affected when Washington State University's fall football season was canceled by the coronavirus pandemic. Merchants in tiny Pullman, Washington, who depend on big football crowds say they are losing a major chunk of their annual income.
Fans of the Gonzaga University women’s basketball team considered Jessie Loera bulldog, both of the upper-case and lower-case variety; a Bulldog who played with the energy, grit and doggedness of a bulldog.
SAN ANTONIO — Anyone can get a coronavirus test at the CentroMed clinic in San Antonio, but on a recent day, the drive-thru was empty. Finally two masked people in a maroon SUV pulled straight on through with no wait.
College football coaches are facing the daunting challenge of getting their players to maintain the required focus to prepare for season-openers when the prevailing question swirling around the sport is when, or if, the season will even be played because of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
In a season of social distancing, there is irony in the Whitworth athletics department celebrating the fact that nearly all their coaches can now – after years spent in five different buildings – be together under the same roof.
Goodness gracious people, is this thing a mess or what? We're talking about college football. We're talking about trying to play college football during a coronavirus pandemic. We're not even playing. We're just trying to start college football in a coronavirus pandemic.
The vast majority of NCAA schools will now have no fall sports championships, as Division II and Division III announced Wednesday that those events were canceled for 2020. In those divisions, the NCAA puts on a football championship. (The major Division I football schools hold a championship outside of the NCAA.)
For as much as spring sports were disrupted when NCAA Division III sports shut down in March, fall sports weren’t spared, either.
A group of Pac-12 football players say they will not practice or play until their concerns about playing during the COVID-19 pandemic and other racial and economic issues in college sports are addressed.