According to the Akron Beacon Journal, last season the University of Akron drew the worst home attendance among all FBS teams.
The Utah Utes cut Ball State a $125,000 check to buy out a basketball game against the Cardinals that was to be played in Muncie in 2015.
$150 million worth of construction projects are underway this summer at Bowling Green State University.
"You can't plan an economy that finely." University at Buffalo professor Jerry Newman, who worked undercover for his book "My Secret Life on the Mcjob," warns of the consequences of a hike to $15 for fast-food workers.
Central Michigan's "Bahamas Bowl Hail Mary" play is up for a 2015 ESPY in the "Best Play" category.
After analyzing 900 American cities in 2014, Ypsilanti, Michigan, home of Eastern Michigan University, has been named the number two "burger city" in the United States by Grubhub.com.
Juilan Edelmen, Nick Saban, and six others will be inducted into the Kent State University Athletics Hall of Fame on September 26th.
Last Wednesday, UMass football players participated in the team's annual "Strongman" conditioning contest.
The Miami University board of trustees froze tuition for in-state students for all campuses and programs for the 2015-2016 school year.
Book your flights to DeKalb. The "Insane Inflatable 5k" is coming to Northern Illinois University on September 19th.
Students who don't want to be known by their legal name on campus can now choose their own names and pronouns at Ohio University.
Toledo and BYU will pay each other $250,000 to play games in 2016 and 2019. Cougars host the first game, Rockets the second.
The Western Michigan 2016 recruiting class is ranked 27th in the country according to Scout.com.