The Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday that it will postpone the start of volleyball, soccer and cross country competition through at least August 31.
Former Newton County standouts and current Georgia Bulldogs athletes Ciara Bryan and Elija Godwin made the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll for 2020 spring sports this week.
JOHNS CREEK — A playoff was needed to determine the 99th Georgia Amateur Championship, and it was Luke Schniederjans of Alpharetta who came out victorious Sunday at Atlanta Athletic Club's Highlands Course.
The Pac-12 voted Friday to play a conference-only schedule in all fall sports in 2020, making the same decision the Big Ten Conference did a day earlier.
The Big Ten announced Thursday it will contest only conference games for all fall sports, including football, for 2020 because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Thursday that each of its fall Olympic Sports will delay the start of competition until at least Sept. 1.
Georgia State has scheduled a unique weekend in 2026 for its men’s basketball and football programs as both squads will travel to Oxford, Mississippi, to face Ole Miss during a 24-hour period.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced everyone to make changes to their daily lives in order to do their part in flattening the curve.
Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson plans to isolate himself from his wife, a cancer survivor, for the entire 2020 college football season, beginning with training camp on July 12.
A group from public universities throughout Mississippi that included football coaches Lane Kiffin and Mike Leach asked the state legislature on Thursday to redesign the state's flag without the Confederate symbol.
John Swofford, the longest-tenured commissioner in the 67-year history of the Atlantic Coast Conference, announced today that the 2020-21 athletic year will be the last of his 24 years of service. Swofford will continue in the Commissioner’s chair until his successor is installed and will as…
Point guard Andrew Nembhard plans to transfer from Florida to Gonzaga, where he will have two years of eligibility remaining after sitting out the 2020-21 season.
Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill, the third-leading rusher in the Southeastern Conference last year, vowed Monday not to play for the school anymore unless the state changes its flag.
Former University of Georgia point guard Alexis Kendricks knows about toughness. In 132 games from 2002-06, she is still the only Lady Bulldog in program history to start every contest of her four-year career.
After Clemson athletics announced that 28 athletes and staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 this month, multiple media outlets reported that the majority of those positive tests came from the football program.
A group of 30 UCLA football players endorsed a document demanding a neutral health official oversee the school's protocols to prevent the coronavirus, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
The NCAA Board of Governors announced Friday that no NCAA championship event can be played in any state where the Confederate flag has a "prominent presence."
The Southeastern Conference, the preeminent and powerhouse collegiate athletics conference in the South, made their message clear: Mississippi must change their flag or they may not get championship events.
With protests seeking social justice proceeding nationwide and with University of Texas athletes asking for change on their campus, Longhorns linebacker Juwan Mitchell stated that he does not "feel comfortable representing" the school.
The Southeastern Conference, Mississippi State University and the University of Mississippi made public pushes Thursday for Mississippi to drop the Confederate symbol from the state flag.
Kansas coach Bill Self is considering legal action against the NCAA due to the investigation into his program, according to a letter that was sent to the organization by Self's attorney.
Florida is banning the "Gator Bait" cheer at sporting events due to its "horrific historic racist imagery," university president Kent Fuchs announced Thursday.
Traditional powers Alabama and Ohio State have scheduled a home-and-home series for the 2027 and 2028 seasons, the schools announced Thursday.
University of Texas athletics said Thursday that 13 new football players have tested positive or are presumed positive for COVID-19 and 10 others are asymptomatic and in self-quarantine.
College football teams will have a six-week preseason leading up to the 2020 season, which will start as scheduled, under a plan approved Wednesday by the NCAA Division I Council.
Heritage grad Faith Hager, a freshman on Gordon State College’s softball team, named to the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Region XVII All-Academic Team.
Georgia Tech and Stanford will face off in men's basketball Dec. 13 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., part of the second annual Basketball Hall of Fame Invitational announced Monday by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott commended Jake Fromm for his initial response after texts surfaced earlier this month of the rookie quarterback suggesting guns should be priced to a point where "only elite white people can afford them."
The College Football Hall of Fame announced Tuesday that it will reopen its doors on July 1, 2020, rebounding the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and damage from riots in downtown Atlanta.
Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy took to social media for the second day in a row Tuesday to address the controversy over a T-shirt he recently wore, and this time he apologized to his players for the "pain and discomfort" he created.
Former Georgia All-American defensive back Bacarri Rambo, a support staff member for the Bulldogs the past two seasons, was arrested on rape charges late Monday night, according to jail records.
Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard threatened to boycott the team Monday after a photo surfaced of head coach Mike Gundy wearing an Only America News Network T-shirt.
By definition, a triple jump is a complicated feat, one of the most daunting of any track and field event.
The University of Mississippi is quarantining nine student-athletes after they came into close contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19, the Mississippi Clarion Ledger reported Sunday.