Canadian hammer-thrower Rogers shatters women's NCAA record

Canada's Camryn Rogers shattered the U.S. collegiate record in winning her second NCAA hammer throw title on Thursday. The 22-year-old from Richmond, B.C., threw 75.52 metres — the fourth longest throw in the world this year — to win gold.

NCAA Football

CFP recommends expansion to 12-team format

The College Football Playoff's management committee confirmed a report from Sports Illustrated earlier on Thursday that a sub-group working committee has recommending an expansion of the playoffs from four to 12. The CFP says the recommendation is the first step in a process that will not be concluded before the fall.

Booger sounds off on CFP expansion

Booger McFarland explains why he does not want to see the College Football Playoff expand beyond four teams.

QB McCaffrey leaving Louisville, months after transferring from Nebraska

Quarterback Luke McCaffrey is leaving Louisville's team several months after arriving from Nebraska.

Adam Rittenberg

Bama extends Saban through 2028

Nick Saban's stay in Tuscaloosa has extended by three more years. Alabama announced on Monday a three-year extension for their legendary head coach that will take the 69-year-old Saban through the 2028 season.

Manziel says he made 'decent living' selling autographs at Texas A&M

Johnny Manziel says he "made somewhat of a decent living" by selling autographed items during his days at Texas A&M, but that he "never took a dollar" until after he won the Heisman Trophy in 2012.

NCAA Basketball

Gonzaga signee Holmgren named Gatorade's National Player of the Year

Gonzaga signee Chet Holmgren, the No. 1 prospect in the 2021 ESPN 100 class, is the 2020-2021 Gatorade National Player of the Year, the sports drink company announced on Wednesday.

Myron Medcalf

Duke coach-in-waiting Scheyer: Goal is to 'win the whole damn thing' for Krzyzewski

Mike Krzyzewski opened his introductory news conference at Duke in 1980 by spelling his last name for the media in attendance. Forty-one years later, his replacement started the same way.

Jeff Borzello

Who is Jon Scheyer? Meeting the Duke basketball assistant who will be Coach K's successor

Jon Scheyer couldn't possibly have chosen bigger shoes to fill for his first head coaching job. The man likely tasked with replacing the winningest college basketball coach ever is a former Duke player who moved to the Blue Devils' bench just eight years ago and was promoted to associate head coach in 2018.

Jeff Borzello

Duke coach Krzyzewski to retire after season

Duke's Mike Krzyzewski plans for the 2021-2022 season to be his final as head coach and is finalizing a search process with university officials to name associate head coach Jon Scheyer as coach-in-waiting, sources confirmed to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski on Wednesday.

UCLA's Riley enters NBA draft, not hiring agent

Cody Riley has entered his name in the NBA draft after helping UCLA to the Final Four. The redshirt junior forward averaged career highs of 10 points and 5.4 rebounds while starting all 31 games for the Bruins this season. In six NCAA Tournament games, Riley averaged nine points, six rebounds and 1.3 blocks.

Former MSU player Appling arrested in connection to fatal shooting

Former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling has been arrested in connection with a deadly shooting in Detroit this past weekend.

UConn extends Auriemma through 2025

The University of Connecticut announced on Friday that women's basketball head coach Geno Auriemma has been given a five-year contract extension, that runs through April 2025

NCAA Hockey News

Craig’s List: Defencemen dominate top of draft rankings

This year’s prospect class is shaping up to be a boon for teams looking for blueline help, with defencemen holding down the top four spots on the latest edition of TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button’s rankings ahead of the 2021 NHL Draft.

Michigan D Owen Power the unanimous No. 1 in TSN’s mid-season draft rankings

The TSN Mid-Season 2021 NHL Draft Rankings have become a Power Ranking. As in, Owen Power. It’s unanimous - 10 out of 10 NHL scouts surveyed by TSN have the 6-foot-5 1/2 University of Michigan freshman defenceman at No. 1. The Mississauga, Ont., native has solidified and enhanced his No. 1 standing from last fall’s preseason rankings, when only four of those same 10 scouts had him ranked first overall.