Johnathan Williams Will Return To Gonzaga For Senior SeasonGonzaga forward Johnathan Williams has decided to return to school for his senior season after previously submitting his name for the NBA draft without hiring an agent.
College Football Recruit With Offers From UM, MSU Exposed As FakeHis charade was exposed on Monday night when a Land of 10 reporter discovered that Brissett was jacking photos from another Michigan State recruit's Twitter account.
Title IX Investigation Into MSU Sexual Assault Allegations EndsMichigan State officials say they have concluded a Title IX investigation into an alleged sexual assault and haven't taken any action to remove three football players from the university.
Harbaugh Delivers A Baby Calf, Twitter Reacts [PHOTOS]Yes, Jim Harbaugh rolled up his sleeves and helped deliver a baby calf at Fair Oaks Farm in Fair Oaks, Ind.
Michigan State's Tyson Smith Survived A Stroke Last YearFootball players deal with all types of physical setbacks.
Florida Receiver Callaway Cited For Marijuana PossessionFlorida receiver Antonio Callaway, the team's top playmaker, is facing a marijuana possession charge.
Texas Lands Top Prep Recruit Mohamed BambaTexas basketball coach Shaka Smart has won the recruiting sweepstakes for highly-ranked forward Mohamed Bamba.
Purdue's Haas Opts To Return For Final Season Over NBAPurdue center Isaac Haas has withdrawn his name from the NBA draft and will return to school for his senior season.
Lighter Swanigan Still Trying To Figure Out NBA FitCaleb Swanigan looks and sounds like a different basketball player this May.
CFP Title Game Adds Halftime Concert, But Bands Will Play OnThe College Football Playoff is bringing a Super Bowl-style halftime show to the national championship game without bumping the marching bands.
Rudolph Trying To Overcame Father's Death, Make Giants TeamHis father was fatally shot in a freak accident at work in mid-April.
NCAA Report Shows Athletes Still Breaking Academic RecordsCollege athletes posted record scores in the classroom for the 12th consecutive year while historically black colleges and universities continue to bear the brunt of the harshest academic penalties, according to NCAA figures released Wednesday.