ESPN and the University of Texas will combine on a 24-hour television network showing Longhorn sports as well as original series, studio shows, historical programming and other academic and cultural events.
Jan 19 5:51 PM ET
Jan 19 10:55 AM ET | By Graham Hays
Jan 18 1:21 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Jan 18 1:10 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Jan 8 5:02 PM ET | By Graham Hays
The NCAA is accusing Texas Tech of major rules violations tied to nearly 1,000 impermissible text messages sent to football, softball and golf prospects.
Jan 7 9:54 PM ET
In football, the NCAA takes a strict stand when it comes to celebrations. But if there really are sportsmanship issues, why is "spirit" encouraged in nearly every other sport?
Jan 5 | By Mechelle Voepel
Notre Dame junior Melissa Henderson has won the Honda Sports Award as the nation's top collegiate women's soccer player.
Dec 21 11:52 AM ET
Dec 6 3:47 PM ET | By Ellen Bartindale
Don't call it an upset. Notre Dame became the lowest-seeded NCAA champion Sunday not by surprising Stanford, but by living up to its potential.
Dec 5 | By Graham Hays
Dec 5 6:57 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Dec 5 6:07 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Dec 5 5:45 PM ET | By Anna Katherine Clemmons
Dec 5 5:09 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Check out the complete 2010 NCAA women's soccer tournament schedule and results.
Dec 5 3:09 PM ET
Elizabeth Tucker started the year as an unheralded recruit, but the Notre Dame freshman has had an immediate impact on the Irish, writes Graham Hays.
Dec 4 | By Graham Hays
Dec 4 5:02 PM ET | By Ellen Bartindale
Sunday's College Cup final pits Stanford against Notre Dame -- a battle of the best team all season against a team having a lot of fun playing like it wants that label.
Dec 3 | By Graham Hays
Dec 3 9:01 PM ET | By Anna Katherine Clemmons
Dec 3 8:15 PM ET | By Anna Katherine Clemmons
What's the one thing all four teams remaining in the NCAA women's soccer tournament have in common? They all made roster changes on the road to the College Cup.
Dec 2 | By Graham Hays
Dec 2 8:40 PM ET | By Liz Sullivan
In a season in which upset after upset proves nothing is a given based on reputation or ranking, Stanford's Christen Press is the perfect star to take the stage at the College Cup. She is the defense-tormenting, goal-scoring embodiment of rising to the occasion.
Dec 2 | By Graham Hays
Dec 2 12:41 PM ET | By Liz Sullivan
Dec 1 3:25 PM ET | By Liz Sullivan