College Sports

A study finds that black men's college football and basketball players' graduation rates lag behind black male non-athletes at the same schools. Researchers say this is troubling because the additional financial and academic support the athletes receive seem to make no difference.

For iPhone; Roland Martin discusses the National Labor Relations Board Director’s ruling that Northwestern can unionize its football team with ESPN’s Jason Whitlock and Kevin Blackistone. “This…

The Marching 100 has returned to FAMU. The storied marching band known for its fancy footwork and its bombastic support of FAMU’s football team, the…

Louisville guard Kevin Ware was up and walking on crutches Monday morning, and coach Rick Pitino said his player’s spirits have been boosted by the outpouring of support from friends and fans. Ware isn’t in any pain after a 2-hour surgery Sunday night to repair a horrifying fracture in his right leg. Doctors reset the […]

WACO, Texas — Brittney Griner scored 12 of her 25 points in the closing run that pushed top-ranked Baylor past No. 2 Connecticut, 66-61, on Sunday night. SEE ALSO: Kwanzaa Is Wack: There, I Said It The Lady Bears (11-0) won their second No. 1-vs.-No. 2 game this season while avenging a one-point loss at Connecticut […]

Amid the NBA lockout, a number of players will put their free time to good use by completing their college degrees. New Orleans Hornets forward Trevor Ariza, Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Baron Davis, and a slew of others have all enrolled in courses to finish their incomplete degrees. “When the lockout […]