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edsall
September 7, 2021

UConn’s Edsall Retires; Spanos Named Interim Head Coach

Randy Edsall and director of athletics David Benedict have come to the mutual decision that it is in the best interest of the UConn football program for Edsall to step aside immediately as head football coach. Edsall, who is in the fifth year of h...


covid
September 1, 2021

AHA Interested in COVID’s Long-Term Impact on College Athletes

Doctors and researchers who helped care for college athletes with COVID-19 and set guidelines for a safe return to play now plan to study the long-term effects of the virus. The work could have a lasting impact beyond the pandemic. The research st...


ncaa
August 23, 2021

NCAA Close to Expanding 25-Man Football Recruiting Cap

The NCAA college football landscape will have a very different look this fall with the introduction of the new name, image, and likeness (NIL) policies as well the possibility of the expansion of the 25-man class limit on rosters. According to rep...


digital
August 23, 2021

The Rose Bowl Adds Digital QR Codes to Stadium Seats

More than 90,000 QR codes have been added to all seats at the Rose Bowl for fans to scan during UCLA football games this fall. Digital Seat Media made the seat tags, and the Rose Bowl is the first California stadium to adopt the technology. Using ...


a-10
August 23, 2021

A-10 Conference Teams with NIL Support Software

The Atlantic-10 has inked a multi-year partnership with industry-leading content and compliance software company INFLCR. The agreement will provide all A-10 institutions with the resources and technology necessary to support their student-athletes' o...


implant
August 23, 2021

FDA Clears Use of InSpace Balloon Implant for Rotator Cuff Tears

Stryker received FDA clearance of its biodegradable InSpace balloon implant which replaces the need for complicated rotator cuff surgeries by restoring subacromial space in the shoulder, according to a company press release. “Current strategies ...


high school
August 23, 2021

WVU Researchers Working to Keep High School Athletes Safe

As they settle into a new high school year, student-athletes don’t just have to protect themselves from COVID-19. They also have to protect themselves from the heat, cardiac arrests, traumatic brain injuries, and several other catastrophic injuries...


delaware
August 23, 2021

Univ. of Delaware Unveils Whitney Athletic Center

The new integrated hub for training and academics is a one-stop shop for Blue Hen student-athletes at the University of Delaware. The 90,000-square-foot innovative facility, dubbed the Whitney Athletic Center, houses sports performance on the firs...


nebraska
August 19, 2021

Nebraska Football & Scott Foster Being Investigated by NCAA

The University of Nebraska announced earlier this week that the NCAA is looking into its football program amid alleged violations concerning the Cornhuskers coaching staff and head coach Scott Frost. According to a report from the Action Network, ...


georgia
August 17, 2021

The Butts-Mehre Expansion Project at Georgia

When your mascot is a bulldog and you compete in the SEC, you need your student-athletes to always feel like the big dogs on campus. That's exactly what the University of Georgia athletics department is doing with their massive facility upgrades. ...