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University of Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel acknowledged Friday he knew about a 2008 rape allegation against former running back Derrick Washington, but didn't discipline Washington because police didn't file charges.
Former Northwestern running back Venric Mark, who had been suspended for the first two games this season, told ESPN on Saturday that he is transferring to West Texas A&M.
Dorial Green-Beckham's waiver request to play for Oklahoma this season immediately after his transfer from Missouri has been denied by the NCAA.
Louisville says wide receiver Devante Parker injured his left foot during practice and will be evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon in Charlotte, North Carolina, soon.
The Wisconsin Badgers will start junior Tanner McEvoy at quarterback for next week's season opener against LSU, according to a report in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Sophomore Jeff Lindquist will be the starting quarterback when the Washington Huskies take the field against Hawaii on Saturday, Aug. 30.
Some cash-strapped athletic departments outside the Power Five conferences have started to use beer sales as an alternative revenue stream -- and more could soon be following suit.
The NCAA has notified the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that it intends to appeal a judge's ruling in the Ed O'Bannon case that it violated antitrust laws.
Auburn football fans won't get a shot at Harvey Updyke after all. The organizers of a Sept. 29 charity event in Mobile, Alabama, have pulled the plug on having Updyke appear for a pie throw or dunking booth.
Two U.S. senators called for an outside investigation of how the Air Force Academy handles sexual assaults, including an allegation that agents were blocked from speaking to football coaches.