Changing the name of Beaver Stadium isn't the right way to honor coach Joe Paterno.
Forgive me, fellow Sooners fans. Hand me a pair of chaps and spurs, and a bright orange sweatshirt, because I'm rootin' for the Cowboys to beat OU on Saturday!
Too many parents of talented college athletesseemingly abandoned their roles as parents to merely cheer from the stands as their sons chase their dreams on a football field or basketball court.
The proud legacies of the nation's Historically Black Colleges and Universities are suffering in the wake of the latest NCAA academic progress reports. And that's simply inexcusable.
In order to truly begin cleansing college sports, the NCAA must revive the death penalty.
The Fiesta Bowl question casts harsh light on an little-scrutinized fact: Many sporting events are run by nonprofit organizations.
The graduation rates of black players for Auburn, Oregon and other bowl teams are an indication that sports has a way to go to realize Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream.
Jim Harbaugh should stay at Stanford. Cardinal alumni huddle up and use their excellent education to explain why.
Just once I'd like to see one of my media colleagues break down a program's graduation rates and academic strategy with the same rigor they do offenses, defenses, coaching moves and matchups.