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What Ever Happened to SEC Probe of Marlins Park

One of the questions that should be raised after the United States Justice Department arrested 14 individuals connected to FIFA on corruption charges is...

NCAA Official: Academic Misconduct on the Rise

The head of NCAA enforcement says academic misconduct is on the rise in college athletics and his department is currently handling 20 open investigations. Vice...

SEC coaches already seeing flat-seam balls paying off

Coaches aren't expecting a return to the "Gorilla Ball" days, but Ole Miss coach Mike Bianco said it took no time at all to...

Ex Coach Claims U. of Hawaii Owes Him $1.4M

Former men's basketball coach Gib Arnold has filed a grievance against the University of Hawaii, claiming a violation of his employment agreement, the school...

Marquette University Announces Plans For World-Class Athletic Performance Facility

Marquette University President Michael R. Lovell in his first Presidential Address announced that the university, in collaboration with the Milwaukee Bucks, will construct a...

Senator: Make College Athlete Compensation S.C. Law

As the major money-making schools in college athletics draw closer to paying student-athletes - or at least providing them "full cost of attendance" scholarships...

Four-Year Scholarships a Positive Move for USC

South Carolina made a serious decision when the school announced last week it would start guaranteeing some student-athletes four-year scholarships, instead of the typical...

College football: NCAA changes rules to allow mandatory summer workouts

Major college football coaches can now require their players to participate in up to eight hours per week of summer activities. The NCAA amended its...

Air Force Athletics Eliminates 21 Staff Positions

The Air Force athletic department informed 21 individuals on Wednesday and Thursday that their positions will be eliminated as part of the Air Force-wide budget cuts announced...

College athletes will have the chance to see their case in court

U.S. college athletes will get a chance to prove in court that sports team members should be paid, after a federal judge rejected the National...

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