Support for 'Lady Vols' Deepens with Swim Team
by John Adams email@example.com John Adams is a senior columnist. Follow him at twitter.com/johnadamskns. February 2015
Swimmer Molly Hannis is the latest Tennessee female athlete to express support for the Lady Vols. Hannis, a senior who is one of UT’s most decorated current athletes, used social media to send a message at last week’s SEC swimming championships in Auburn, Ala.
Opinion: Frosh Ineligibility Could Aid 'Student-Athlete'
by The Philadelphia Daily News February 2015
Making freshman athletes ineligible would not be about punishing or controlling the player. It would be about making the player decide whether he is serious about college or going only because the NBA won't let him enter the draft right out of high school.
S.C. State Budget Plan Would Cut Men's Basketball
by firstname.lastname@example.org February 2015
A budget plan proposed by South Carolina State president Thomas Elzey would cut men's basketball, women's softball and women's soccer, and calls for a consideration of change in conference affiliation.
Minn. Politicians Want Answers in Hockey Coach's Dismissal
by PAUL WALSH; PATRICK CONDON; STAFF WRITERS, STAR TRIBUNE (Mpls.-St. Paul) February 2015
Gov. Mark Dayton added his political heft to a group of state senators demanding more information about why Shannon Miller is losing her job as head coach of the University of Minnesota Duluth women's hockey team.
UAB Fans Cool on C-USA Tourney Following Loss of Football
by Ed Miller February 2015
University of Alabama at Birmingham has sold just 500 ticket books, compared to 2,500 sold by Tulsa and UTEP, hosts of the last two Conference USA basketball tournaments.
K-State to Review Court-Storming Mess
by The Orange County Register February 2015
Kansas State athletic director John Currie promised to review the school's security procedures after an upset of No. 8 Kansas on Monday turned into a chaotic scene as students and fans rushed the court.
U. of Idaho Coach Apologizes for Bench Behavior
by Spokesman Review (Spokane, WA) February 2015
Video of University of Idaho men's basketball coach Don Verlin apparently berating an assistant coach on the bench during a game was a popular choice on the Internet last week.
WVU Athletics on Pace to Set Fundraising Records
by MIKE CASAZZA, DAILY MAIL SPORTSWRITER February 2015
The Mountaineer Athletic Club began the 2014-15 financial cycle by setting record highs in four of the first seven months. It has already created new seven-month highs and is tracking toward all-time highs for an entire year, according to executive director Matt Borman.
Opinion: Ineligible Freshmen? Don't See it Happening
by Dave Hickman February 2015
It's hard to find anyone these days with a truly sensible reason for why college football and basketball should consider returning to the days of freshman ineligibility.
Restore Freshmen Ineligibility in College Athletics?
by Steve Greenberg February 2015
Major college conferences - including the Big Ten - are contemplating a new (old) rule that would make all freshman football and basketball players ineligible to play.