The NCAA announced that the Division I Council approved changes to the FCS Championship to be held in the spring of 2021.
Players and sports teams remembered the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that took place on September 11, 2001.
The NCAA women's and men's basketball oversight committee is reportedly pushing for the college basketball season to start on November 25.
One week after postponing the 2020 football season, the Big Sky announced that all fall sports have been postponed until spring.
The Big Sky Conference, home of Weber State University and Southern Utah University, have postponed their 2020 football season.
The Big Sky Conference has reportedly voted that its schools to not play college football in 2020.
Electronic Arts released Madden 21 ratings for NFL players with ties to the state of Utah.
Big Sky Conference Commissioner Tom Wistrcill is confident that college sports will begin but unsure when that will happen.
Sports teams from around the state of Utah posted on social media to wish fans a Happy Independence Day and Happy Fourth of July.
The Southern Utah University athletic department unveiled a new theme for the Thunderbirds and the upcoming season.
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