The latest news on college athletics
A contentious year ends pretty much OK for midwestern sports fans.
Animal rights group calls displaying rescued eagle in a gym "totally unnatural."
Men's wrestling, tennis, and swimming are dropped because of budget cuts.
The NCAA penalized teams in part on the academic eligibility and graduation rates of student-athletes.
School cancels classes to celebrate men's basketball championship.
At California State-Fullerton, a celebration of the team's short but admirable run in the NCAA tournament (its first in 30 years) ended in a spasm of indignation over the budget cuts.
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.