UT Chattanooga to Cut Men's Running Programs
by David Uchiyama Chattanooga Times Free Press January 2015
Athletics director David Blackburn said he made the decision to help UTC in its five-year Title IX recovery process.
Opinion: College Basketball Needs Some Help
by Sam Mellinger, Kansas City Star January 2015
In an age of growing value for sports properties, ratings are going down and it's easy to see why. Scoring is at historic lows.
'Lady Vol' Moniker Gave UT Golfer Her 'Purpose'
by Dan Fleser email@example.com January 2015
Two University of Tennessee women’s athletes have expressed their displeasure with the university’s decision to constrict usage of the Lady Vols nickname.
The Price to Regular Students of College Sports
by Post & Courier (Charleston, SC) January 2015
Students at the Military College of South Carolina, the College of Charleston and too many other schools have been learning the hard way that the ever-higher costs of their higher educations include big-bucks athletics fees at schools that compete below the big-time sports level.
Football Recruits See Edge in Early Enrollment
by Matt Porter, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer January 2015
Among top-level football recruits, the disease known as senioritis is largely being eradicated. Beginning Feb. 4, seniors may sign binding letters of intent with Division I schools. But most programs have a chunk -- some more than half -- of their recruiting classes on campus today.
Athlete Stipends Not a Priority for FCS Programs
by John O'Connor, Richmond Times Dispatch January 2015
Among Football Championship Subdivision programs, there is no momentum to add cost-of-attendance stipends to scholarships, CAA Commissioner Tom Yeager said Friday.
College of Charleston Preps for Final Home Swim Meet
by firstname.lastname@example.org January 2015
With its swimming and diving program on the chopping block, the College of Charleston's last home meet this weekend may also be one of the largest in its 37-year history.
Olympic Stadium Plans Raise Public Financing Questions
by ERIN SMITH January 2015
Boston 2024 organizers are opening the door to creating a new quasi-public agency to oversee development of a 60,000-seat Olympic stadium - calling into question whether bid backers can keep their promise that taxpayer money won't be used for the Summer Games.
Opinion: BYU Drops Ball in Its Response to Bowl Brawl
by Brad Rock Deseret News January 2015
The second-most surprising thing about BYU I've seen in the last month was when its football team engaged in a full-on brawl with Memphis at the end of the Miami Beach Bowl.
U. of Tennessee Adding Barber Shop to Training Facility
by Dustin Dopirak, Knoxville News-Sentinel January 2015
Tennessee’s athletic department strives to give its athletes as little reason as possible to leave campus.