The latest news on college athletics
The University of Michigan has come under the harsh glare of its local paper, the Ann Arbor News.
After months of deliberation, Arkansas State University has named the "Red Wolves" as their new mascot name.
The Interfraternity Council at Penn State University has impeached its president; students at Texas A&M really care about their mascot
Despite the fact the mascot has been officially retired since early 2007, University of Illinois fans are holding tryouts for the next Chief Illiniwek.
The University of Illinois's chancellor invoked the First Amendment to lift a ban on mascot Chief Illiniwek.
The American University athletic department has asked the school's pep band to stop playing the "Hey" song.
A heroes' welcome greeted Stanford football players in Palo Alto as they returned from their upset victory over No. 1-ranked USC.
Florida State University's athletes are in trouble for misconduct again.
After Duke's football team snapped a 22-game losing streak (the longest in the country) with a 20-14 win over Northwestern, hundreds of fans stormed Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, tearing down the goal posts in "a visceral reaction to a moment of pure fanatic jubilation.
The Nittany Lions prove they are not above (lightly) stooping to conquer.