COVID-19 Sport Updates
This Day in Sports
OSU basketball transfer Seth Towns detained by police during Columbus protest: 'I don't regret anything'
Tennessee RB Tim Jordan arrested in Florida on gun, marijuana charges
Tulane DB Tyler Judson dismissed from team after Waffle House fight, arrest
College Football Hall of Fame damaged during George Floyd protests in Atlanta
Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck: George Floyd's death 'was indefensible'
Power 5 commissioners write letter to Congress urging federal law governing college athlete endorsements
Title IX protections force colleges to walk a fine line as they weigh cuts to women's sports
NC Central coach Levelle Moton reveals he and Raymond Felton had terrifying police encounter
Iowa AD: Athletes unwilling to play because of coronavirus concerns won't lose their scholarships
Former USC starting QB JT Daniels transferring to Georgia
Kirby Smart: The 'worst thing' schools can do is feel pressured to play football for financial reasons
Cheez-It is taking its college football bowl game sponsorship talents from Phoenix to Orlando
Docs: Bobby Hurley accuses ASU AD of 'disturbing' behavior in booster controversy
Oklahoma will re-open football facilities July 1, two weeks after Big 12 teams can start voluntary workouts
Notre Dame president sees 'no way currently' to allow fans at football games without limiting attendance
Reggie Bush worried paying college athletes could 'destroy some people'
Coronavirus: Michigan president expresses doubt about return of college football this fall
Nebraska State College System to pay $900,000 to settle lawsuits after softball player's suicide
Hall of Fame coach Eddie Sutton dies at 84
Dr. Anthony Fauci gives colleges advice on testing, allowing fans as workouts return
Caylin Newton, younger brother of Cam, announces transfer to Auburn
NCAA allows athletes in all sports to resume voluntary workouts on June 1
Pac-12 commish: 'If things continue to progress in a positive direction,' training camps could start in late July
SEC will allow voluntary in-person activities to resume at schools on June 8
NCAA survey: Over 25 percent of college athletes 'feeling sadness and a sense of loss'