CAA football became the latest domino to tumble in college football, announcing on Friday it will not have a conference schedule this fall because of concerns over the global COVID-19 pandemic.
St. John's took a big step towards securing an NCAA tournament at-large bid Saturday. But three other local schools moved closer to the Big Dance as well.
- CAA's football season canceled by pandemic
- Stanford will retire No. 7; Elway 'humbled'
- Notre Dame's Kelly 'disappointed' in Golson
- Trustee who fired Paterno leaving PSU board
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Hofstra lost a game Saturday afternoon, but the program appears back on the winning track.Joe Mihalich’s undermanned Pride led Northeastern for all of the first half and nearly halfway through the second, before the Huskies snatched control and salted the game away 70-57.
In ESPN The Magazine's College Football Preview, Steve Wulf writes that of all the schools snubbed by the BCS, Boise State has built an entire program around its outsider status. And the Broncos know the playoffs won't change that.
Thirty years after he left school, Stanford football is retiring John Elway's No. 7 jersey.
Before coaching a game for Indiana, Kevin Wilson got into a spat with two sports radio hosts who poked fun at the Hoosiers' lack of success on the gridiron.
With the NCAA baseball tournament heating up, it’s worth looking back at which SEC schools had the best (and worst) seasons in the three major men’s sports.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said that the recent news of Everett Golson's departure for the fall is like a father being disappointed in his son.
The Penn State trustee who fired football coach Joe Paterno over the phone will leave the board when his term ends in June, the university announced Thursday.
Paul Haynes is right back where he was a skinny walk-on some 25 years ago.
They came to Happy Valley, 90,000 strong, to chant and cheer and stand by their team in a new era of Penn State football.
Fans tossed footballs, the marching band played the fight song and a familiar refrain echoed through the Beaver Stadium crowd.