Texas Tech Women's Coach Fired One Day After Report Of AbuseTexas Tech fired women's basketball coach Marlene Stollings on Thursday, a day after a scathing newspaper report alleging a culture of abuse in her program.
UT President To Meet With Student Groups On Athletes' Demands To Ditch 'The Eyes Of Texas'The athletes said last week they won’t help the school recruit future athletes and won't participate in alumni events as they typically do.
Cowtown Marathon Offering Athletes Virtual Runs And Online Distance Training ProgramsThe Cowtown Marathon went off without a hitch on March 1, now the race has come up with a plan to help keep runners on track and moving toward their personal goals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Texas: Esports Hardly Misses A Beat With Continued Competitions OnlineWith the sports world shutdown, esports has hardly missed a beat, continuing competitions online where players are already comfortable.
Frisco Sisters, Olympic Hopeful Gymnasts Improvising Training During CoronavirusDuring this time when gyms are closed, seasons are delayed, and sporting events are postponed, two sisters from Frisco Wakeland are improvising to maintain their form.
Former UT Austin Tennis Coach, Michael Center Sentenced In College Admissions CaseFormer head coach of the men’s tennis team at UT Austin, Michael Center was sentenced in connection with accepting a $100,000 bribe to secure the admission of a student-athlete.
Mavericks Launch New 'City' Jerseys In 'Action Green' and 'Coastal Blue'The Dallas Mavericks have revealed their 2019 City Edition jersey.
Study: NFL Players More Likely Than MLB Players To Die From Brain, Heart ProblemsA new study suggests professional football players may be more likely to die from degenerative brain diseases and heart problems than pro baseball players but the reasons are unclear.
Tasty Food, Fun In Full-Swing At Historic Charles Schwab ChallengeThe Charles Schwab Challenge is about to kick off again on Thursday at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth.
Sports Dietitian: Banned Substances Could Be Hiding in Workout SupplementsWhen choosing supplements, checking the ingredients list is not a guarantee that a product is free of banned substances.
Dallas Olympic Gymnast: Larry Nassar Abused Me"You live under a fear of not being able to speak up because this was our only avenue to accomplish our dreams and make the Olympic team."
The Texas Rangers Taking Over Investigation Of Hazing ScandalThe case of 10 Texas high school students charged with sexual assault in a hazing scandal involving athletes will now be investigated by the Texas Rangers and the Texas Attorney General's Office.
Stinging Criticism: Brazilians Taunt US Athletes About ZikaAfter months of dire predictions from abroad about the mosquito-borne Zika virus, some Brazilian fans are doing some stinging of their own: They're booing U.S. athletes and taunting them over the fears that kept some competitors at home.
More NCAA Athletes Seek Own TrademarksLike their counterparts in the pros, more college football stars are starting to snatch up trademark rights to their names, nicknames and fan slogans.
Brent’s Actions May Leave Lasting Impact On CommunityFormer Cowboy Defensive Tackle Josh Brent was set to meet with NFL’s top leaders Thursday. He hopes they allow him to play professional football again.