Opinion: Eyes don’t deceive, NCAA women’s tournament doesn’t get equal treatment

SAN ANTONIO — There is no chance of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament sneaking up on you in Indianapolis. “March Madness” signs have popped up alongside Interstate 65, there is a massive, up-to-date bracket on the side of the JW Marriott and the windows of the elevated walkways downtown are

NCAA unveils second women’s basketball top 16 seeds as regular season nears end

With Selection Monday nearly two weeks away, the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee revealed its second top 16 projections on Sunday, with UConn, Stanford, Texas A&M and South Carolina as No. 1 seeds. The projections factored in games played through Saturday. The No. 2 seeds were NC State, Maryland, Arizona and Baylor.

NCAA to Hold 2021 March Madness Tournament Entirely in Indiana

Last year’s Men’s Basketball Tournament was called off due to the pandemic Getty The NCAA will hold its entire 2021 Men’s Basketball Tournament in the state of Indiana, with the majority of the 67 games taking place in Indianapolis. Last year’s tournament was called off amid the early days of

Trevor Lawrence, NCAA players reveal five-point plan to fight racial injustice

Trevor Lawrence is delivering a playbook for action once again. The star Clemson quarterback, who was a leading voice behind college football players’ push to play through the pandemic this season, led another social media wave Sunday that offered up a five-point plan for the sport to combat racial injustice.

Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren: Conference athletes would be able to kneel during national anthem

As the Big Ten Conference launches a voter registration drive for more than 9,500 student-athletes while also announcing an Anti-Hate and Anti-Racism Coalition, Commissioner Kevin Warren told USA TODAY Sports that conference athletes would be able to kneel during the national anthem if sports are played this fall. “I’m going

Duke reports violation after Coach K mentions name of unsigned recruit

Unforced errors are the bane of every coach’s existence. They often occur when a team is pressing, or trying too hard to play perfectly. They almost always come back to bite you. This is especially true in college — where what happens on the court is only one part of

NCAA tells California governor college athlete 'fair pay' bill is 'unconstitutional'

Fox News Flash top headlines for Sept. 11 Fox News Flash top headlines for Sept. 11 are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com The NCAA warned California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday that allowing college athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness would be "unconstitutional" and would upend the

NCAA rescinds ban on title events in betting states

The NCAA announced Thursday that it has rescinded a policy that prohibited championship competitions from being held in states that allow single-game sports betting. The NCAA Board of Governors temporarily suspended the policy last year, after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a federal statute that had restricted state-sponsored sports