Cassius Winston On 2020 NBA Draft Process 'The Best Part Of Everything Is The Journey'In an unusual year, the former Michigan State point guard is taking the time to enjoy the NBA Draft process as he closes in on a basketball dream.
Former Michigan State Forward Xavier Tillman On What Fans Can Expect From Him In The NBA: 'Get Ready To See A Workhorse'Xavier Tillman, now an NBA Draft prospect, is excited to show what he can do at the next level.
Pac-12 Football Plans Remain In Holding Pattern Due To California and Oregon Health Policies"We are hopeful that our new daily testing capability can help satisfy public health official approvals in California and Oregon to begin contact practice and competition"
Michigan & Michigan State Will Play Football This Fall!Looks like Michigan, Michigan State, and the rest of the Big Ten will play football this fall.
Michigan Announces Smith, Brown Transferring To The Basketball ProgramMichigan officially announced Wednesday that Mike Smith and Chaundee Brown are joining the basketball program as transfers.
NCAA Basketball Hall Of Fame Coach Eddie Sutton Dies At 84Eddie Sutton waited so long to be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. He couldn't hang on long enough to make it to the ceremony.
NCAA Leaders Confident Fall Sport's Possible, Lifts Ban On WorkoutsThis decision clears the way for individual workouts by athletes, mostly on their own, subject to safety and health protocols decided by their schools or local health officials.
Suspect In Game Threat To Ohio State Football Players Changes PleaAn indictment unsealed late last year in federal court in Columbus accuses Daniel Rippy of making the "electronic communication" threat from California during the game between Ohio State and the University of Michigan in 2018.
Notre Dame To Open Campus August 10thUniversity of Notre Dame officials announced Monday the school's campus will reopen to students on Aug. 10, with social distancing, a mask requirement, testing and contact tracing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Zion's Spat With Former Marketing Group Could Expose ImpropritiesThe marketing agent who has sued NBA rookie Zion Williamson wants the former Duke star to answer questions about whether he received improper benefits before playing his lone season with the Blue Devils.
Smaller Colleges Trim Athletics In Wake Of COVID-19The Ohio school announced it will discontinue men's cross-country and golf and women's tennis at the end of the academic year. Akron plans to reduce financial support to the athletic department by approximately 23% ($4.4 million), painful actions necessitated by the virus outbreak.
Central, Eastern & Western Deal with MAC Dropping Postseason TourneysThe Mid-American Conference is eliminating postseason tournaments in eight sports, including baseball and softball, and men's and women's basketball are among nine sports that will have postseasons scaled back.
Reduced Budgets Could Reshape College Athletics From Coast To CoastWhen college sports teams finally return to play, they might not be traveling quite as far as they did for road games before the pandemic.
Campus Closed, Big Ten Football Open, How?Less than four months before the scheduled kickoff of the college football season, not one of the 14 schools in the Big Ten Conference can say for sure it will have students back on campus this fall — a crucial step for sports.
Wolverines Lose Yet Another Player To Transfer PortalMichigan guard Cole Bajema has entered the transfer portal. The school announced Bajema's decision Tuesday night. He played in 10 games this past season as a freshman.