Three of the nation's Power Five conferences—41 schools—have agreed to form an alliance that will provide leadership and guidance for some of the most pressing issues facing college athletics in a generation.
Growing up in Southern California, Holly Hunter faced her share of naysayers. Hunter, who was born 100 percent deaf in both ears, was told by some she wasn't going to be able to keep up in school. But those doubters just served as fuel.
CU Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano joined the rest of the NCAA Board of Governors in voting to convene a constitutional convention in November that could usher in major transformation for the NCAA.
At 7 a.m. on Friday, July 23 in Colorado, those up and awake watched the long-awaited opening ceremonies of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, where six University of Colorado alumni will be representing Team USA during the next two weeks
With new state legislation and a recent change in NCAA policy, student-athletes can now receive compensation for use of their name, image and likeness. Chancellor Philip DiStefano and Athletic Director Rick George address what the changes mean and how CU Athletics has been getting ready.