This was second signing class since the NCAA lifted a ban on college athletes being able to earn money for the use of their names, images and likenesses.
Charlie Baker, the next leader of the largest college sports governing body in the country, is stepping into a hornet’s nest of a job that will likely tap every political skill in his bag.
University of Illinois defensive coordinator Walters becomes the fourth-youngest coach in the Bowl Subdivision by joining Purdue as head coach.
The school’s executive board approved a six-year contract on Thursday that will pay the departing Purdue University coach a base salary of $5 million next season with annual increases of $100,000, plus incentives.
Outgoing NCAA President Mark Emmert had some advice for his replacement in his first public appearance since announcing in April he was stepping down from position he has held for the last 12 years.
Head coach Jeff Brohm is 36-34 at Purdue, leading the Boilermakers to four bowl appearances and three winning seasons.
Three college women’s basketball teams have withdrawn from a Las Vegas tournament as part of continuing fallout from a similar event at a Strip resort over Thanksgiving weekend where safety concerns were raised.
Eighteen months after a plan to expand the College Football Playoff from four teams to 12 was publicly unveiled, a process that was delayed and seemingly derailed numerous times is ready to cross the finish line.
Indiana University women’s basketball coach Teri Moren said she considered not playing the University of Memphis on Saturday night in the Las Vegas Invitational because no paramedics were on site.
The option to remain in school is more enticing than ever since the Indianapolis-based NCAA permitted college athletes to profit from use of their name, image and likeness, or NIL, in summer 2021.
The latest clarifications provide new guidance to members on name, image and likeness activities, giving schools, coaches and staffers a better idea of how they can be involved with athletes’ endorsement and sponsorship deals.
The National College Players Association is accusing those involved with the governing body of violating antitrust laws by capping compensation for athletes.
A lawsuit alleging the Indianapolis-based NCAA failed to protect a former University of Southern California football player from repetitive head trauma is nearing trial in a Los Angeles court.
Commissioned by the local organizing committee, the study generally covered a four day period from Jan. 7 to 10. It found about 56,000 people visited Indianapolis for the game, spending an average of $281 per day.
Host Mason King asks Collier about his long-term goals, his success in fundraising and improving Butler athletic facilities, and Butler’s transition to the Big East.
The Indiana Farmers Coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds has hosted the tournament since 2020.
The athletic directors who lead the schools that play Division I college football at the highest level want the sport to continue be governed by the Indianapolis-based NCAA—if that governance can be streamlined.
Ball State University Athletic Director Beth Goetz will become Iowa’s deputy athletic director and chief operating officer, Iowa announced Wednesday.
The not-for-profit designed to help Purdue University student-athletes use their name, image and likeness to boost charitable organizations announced Thursday it is expanding its services to all of Purdue’s 385 scholarship student-athletes.