Football

Rutgers failed to monitor its football program

Rutgers failed to monitor its football program over a five-year period when it did not ensure its football student host group and its drug-testing program followed university policy and NCAA rules.

Pigskin Professor

In September, term limits ended Rogers Redding’s time as NCAA secretary-rules editor for football, but he remains the national coordinator of officials. “I’m glad that I’m staying on in this role,” says Redding, 75.

Impact Player

Football places Vanderbilt's Oren Burks in position to tackle society's pressing questions.

Loyalty Through Losses

A husband and wife cried together. Her dream — their dream — had imploded.

Route Toward Success

Julian Lowe had to refuse to let the difficulties he faced stymie his future.

Underestimated

The impression Danny Woodhead left on the first carry of his college career showed no signs of what was to come.

Two-a-Day Q&A

This spring, all three divisions adopted legislation that ended the long-standing tradition of two-a-day contact practices.

DII announces 2017 football showcase schedule

NCAA Division II announced 18 of the 22 regular-season football games that will be streamed on ESPN3 as part of a three-year agreement.

14-week football playing season to be examined

The Division I Football Oversight Committee identified the football playing season, size of football support staffs and the approach to determining when a student has used a season of competition as key agenda items for the committee in the coming months.

Leaders in College Football Announce Plans To Launch Nationwide Celebration of College Football’s 150th Anniversary

College football, one of America’s most beloved and popular institutions, is getting ready to celebrate a big birthday. And it plans to do so in style. A group of college football leaders announced plans today to launch a nationwide...

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