RECENT ARTICLES
  • Eighth-Grade Point Guard Gets D-I Scholarship Offer

    by Chris Thomas, Knoxville News-Sentinel March 2015

    Gavin Thompson hasn’t started high school, but The King’s Academy basketball player already has his first Division I scholarship offer.

  • Source: Sex Assault Claims Behind Duke Player's Ouster

    by Steve Wiseman, swiseman@heraldsun.com March 2015

    Sexual assault allegations made by two Duke students against Rasheed Sulaimon were known by Duke's basketball staff but were only part of the reason he was kicked off the team in January, sources at the school said Monday.

  • U. of Idaho Ups APR, Sees NCAA Bowl Ban Lifted

    by AB Staff March 2015

    The NCAA's decision to lift the ban is because of the Vandals' academic progress since Paul Petrino took over as head coach in December 2012.

  • Opinion: Decision to Nix 'Lady Vols' Bad from All Angles

    by John Adams March 2015

    This isn't just about softball. It's about a school's sports tradition. It's about all the current and former athletes and fans who identify with that tradition. "Lady Vols" isn't just a brand to them.

  • Vandy Coach Won't Be Suspended Over 'Kill' Comment

    by Adam Sparks The Tennessean March 2015

    Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings’ situation will “be handled internally” after yelling, “I’ll (expletive) kill you!” at one of his players on national TV following a win at Tennessee on Thursday night.

  • Support for 'Lady Vols' Deepens with Swim Team

    by John Adams adamsj@knoxnews.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 jhartsell@postandcourier.com 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.