This most recent response to the NCAA from UNC is basically a restatement of its position all along: You're out of your element.
Former Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt is mulling legal action after the school's response to an NCAA Notice of Allegations seemingly painted him in a poor light.
More Baylor lawsuits are reportedly on the way, which means that the few prominent Briles associates who were lucky enough to escape on life rafts - and the schools that hired them - may still have something to answer for.
Prominent thoroughbred racing jockey Julien Leparoux is the fourth professional athlete that the U.S. Department of Justice alleges was defrauded by former Kentucky basketball staffer turned financial adviser Leon Smith, Yahoo Sports has learned. Leparoux is referred to in the federal indictment that
Amid the roaring catharsis that rippled through Belmont Park on June 6, 2015, one of the first people to reach Bob Baffert in the grandstand and congratulate him was Todd Pletcher. Baffert’s colt, American Pharoah, had just released thoroughbred racing from 37 years of waiting and wondering whether
It is fresh-start time at Indiana – for the coaching staff, for the players, for the fans as well. And that's just the way Archie Miller wants it.
Leon Smith, who operated Lexington-based Legacy Pro Management Group and Legacy Athlete Management, is charged with 14 counts of fraud involving four unnamed athletes between 2011-15.
Todd Pletcher does not have a great track record in the Kentucky Derby. But winning his second run for the roses, with jockey John Velasquez on board, made this unforgettable for the trainer.
Less than two years after a terrible spill that left him broken and unable to race, Rajiv Maragh will ride one of the favorites at the Kentucky Derby.