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Bill Proposes Commission to Protect California’s College Athletes

Bill Proposes Commission to Protect California’s College Athletes

by Andrew Dalton, Associated Press | March 15, 2017 LOS ANGELES — A California legislator is proposing that the state create a commission to prot Read more
Venerable Basketball Coach, Mentor Ben Jobe Dies

Venerable Basketball Coach, Mentor Ben Jobe Dies

by Reginald Stuart | March 12, 2017
Ben Jobe, the college basketball coach who won more than 500 games in more than five decades of [...] Read more
Judge: Federal Lawsuit Against Baylor University Can Proceed

Judge: Federal Lawsuit Against Baylor University Can Proceed

by Juan A. Lozano, Associated Press | March 8, 2017
HOUSTON — A lawsuit filed against Baylor University by 10 women alleging they were sexually a [...] Read more
Court Filing Details of Former Baylor Coach Art Briles’ Conduct

Court Filing Details of Former Baylor Coach Art Briles’ Conduct

by Associated Press | February 5, 2017
WACO, Texas — A new court filing detailed allegations that former Baylor University football [...] Read more
New Lawsuit Against Baylor Alleges 52 Rapes in 4 Years

New Lawsuit Against Baylor Alleges 52 Rapes in 4 Years

by Associated Press | January 29, 2017
WACO, Texas — A former Baylor University student who says she was raped by two football playe [...] Read more
Virginia State University Goes Hollywood to Promote Athletics

Virginia State University Goes Hollywood to Promote Athletics

by Steven Gaither | January 26, 2017
Virginia State University has turned to a small team of producers with big accolades to put tog [...] Read more
Ex-Baylor Officer Sues School Claiming Retaliatory Firing

Ex-Baylor Officer Sues School Claiming Retaliatory Firing

by Associated Press |
WACO, Texas — A former financial aid officer at Baylor is suing the university claiming it fi [...] Read more

Experts: Game Plan Key to Managing Campus Sports Crisis

by Lois Elfman | January 24, 2017
Several prominent names in the world of college sports say they cannot emphasize enough the imp [...] Read more

Scholars: New NCAA Academic Policy Won’t Benefit Have-nots

| January 23, 2017
A new NCAA policy encourages academic achievement, but some schools may be left out. [...] Read more
Debate Persists Over Pay for NCAA Athletes

Debate Persists Over Pay for NCAA Athletes

by Gregory Clay | January 19, 2017
All paths in this debate over paying student-athletes inevitably lead to that familiar mantra: [...] Read more
Commissioner Judy MacLeod Shows Way Through Athletic Glass Ceiling

Commissioner Judy MacLeod Shows Way Through Athletic Glass Ceiling

by Lois Elfman | January 16, 2017
As the first and thus far only female to be appointed commissioner of a Football Bowl Subdivisi [...] Read more
University of Texas Track Coach Mario Sategna Returns after Investigation

University of Texas Track Coach Mario Sategna Returns after Investigation

by Jim Vertuno, Associated Press | January 12, 2017
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas track coach Mario Sategna has returned to the program after a months-lo [...] Read more
Column: Amid Abuses, College Sports Sometimes Gets it Right

Column: Amid Abuses, College Sports Sometimes Gets it Right

by Paul Newberry, Associated Press | January 8, 2017
TAMPA, Fla. — Deshaun Watson wanted to be first. We’re not talking about anything he’ [...] Read more
Haskell Indian Nations University’s Attorneys: School not Subject to Title IX

Haskell Indian Nations University’s Attorneys: School not Subject to Title IX

by Associated Press | December 29, 2016
The university’s attorneys — contesting a lawsuit filed by a former student over an alleged [...] Read more
At University of Minnesota, a Boycott is Over but Tensions are Not

At University of Minnesota, a Boycott is Over but Tensions are Not

by Jon Krawczynski, Associated Press | December 27, 2016
MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota President Eric Kaler stepped behind the podium and began to speak, a [...] Read more
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