Colleges in Texas are losing income with postponed games and crowds at lower capacities.
Schools are trying to get esports programs started during the pandemic.
Competitive athletic programs are vital to collegiate economics, one expert says. Local businesses depend on them, too.
This week on "Make Me Smart," we're talking about a longtime controversy that's starting to boil over. Here's a refresher.
Federal prosecutors have announced charges of fraud and corruption in college basketball, including against four coaches.
What's bad for business is good for morale.
For a lot of fans, March Madness ended with Villanova's buzzer-beater. Why?
Revenues from men's college basketball are up, but athletes' scholarships often don't even cover college costs.