It was a bad year for some of college football's best coaches. They were key participants in an unprecedented list of rule breakers.
In a column for ESPN The Magazine, Pat Forde writes that most NCAA scandals share a common thread: The guy who gets stiffed blows the whistle.
After giving himself a little cooling-off period, Mark Mangino would like to take it all back.
Mike Price just wanted a second chance and he found it at Texas-El Paso.
Despite the ongoing scandal and suspension of Gary Barnett, CU's current recruiting class is still on board.
Every Rice football player has denied knowledge of a stripper agency owner's contention that his entertainers were hired by students to dance at parties, possibly for recruits.
Football players from Rice and Houston hired topless dancers for parties without the knowledge of the institutions, the head of the company that supplied the strippers said Tuesday.
Gary Barnett will need a better excuse than to say he wasn't aware sex was used to entice football recruits.
Colorado football players hired strippers to perform at parties for recruits as recently as a few weeks ago, the president of an adult entertainment company said.
Minnesota football coach Glen Mason said Thursday he'll deal with his players accordingly if they indeed took recruits to bars and a strip club during campus visits last month.
The Pac-10 hopes to make noise on the field after an offseason of controversy off it.
Alabama State's internal investigation revealed an "almost totally out of control" football program that used ineligible players, changed athletes' grades and entertained recruits with strippers, athletic director Richard Cosby said Tuesday.