NCAA Reorganizes Around New Constitution to Transform University Power

INDIANAPOLIS – Schools and conferences of NCAA members voted Thursday to approve a new, repealed constitution, the first time in the non-centralization of an organization facing multiple challenges related to its relationship as a major authority in college sports. But the debate over the association’s approval of the new constitution, which will empower schools and … Read more

Art Briles, who trained Baylor during the sexual assault scandal, is employed in Grambling State.

Art Briles, the former Baylor football coach who was sacked in 2016 after a university investigation found he and other coaches committed sexually assault crimes against football players, on Thursday as the University’s attack coordinator. Grambling State was employed, school officials said. Briles had not coached in college football since his ouster from Baylor, but … Read more

Max Scherzer Leads Mets to Double-Header Sweep

The easy choice, for Max Scherzer, would have been to start the first game of Tuesday’s doubleheader at Citi Field. Pitchers thrive on routine, and only the opening game had a scheduled time for the first pitch. Scherzer has a summary Hall of Fame, and if he had insisted on the opener for his first … Read more