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  • New NCAA Benefits May Change Recruiting Game

    by Dan Wolken, @DanWolken, USA TODAY Sports February 2015

    Whereas coaches used to go into homes with pictures of weight rooms and presentations about academics, they will soon be armed with dollar figures and cost-of-living adjustments.

  • Despite Title, Ohio State Lowers Football Prices Slightly

    by Bill Rabinowitz, The Columbus Dispatch February 2015

    This will be the third season of variable pricing for Ohio State games. In 2013, Ohio State's board of trustees approved a plan that allowed for premium pricing for up to two games per season.

  • New Deal for Ohio State AD Emphasizes Academics

    by Bill Rabinowitz and Collin Binkley, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH February 2015

    Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith's new contract eliminates bonuses for national and conference championships in several sports.

  • NCAA Official: Academic Misconduct on the Rise

    by Bozeman Daily Chronicle February 2015

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

  • NCAA Turmoil Continues to Grow at Southern Miss

    by Ben Frederickson ben.frederickson@knoxnews.com January 2015

    Two Southern Miss basketball players who were recruited and signed by Tennessee coach Donnie Tyndall are now ineligible in accordance with NCAA rules, Southern Miss announced Thursday.

  • After Snowy Travel History, UND Flies to Omaha

    by BRAD SCHLOSSMAN Forum News Service January 2015

    The drive to Omaha is a fairly easy seven-hour jaunt straight down Interstate 29. UND will not be making that trek today.

  • Michigan Takes Step to Ban College Athlete Unions

    by Michael Gaio December 2014

    In April, football players at Northwestern cast a historic vote to determine if they would unionize. Student-athletes in Michigan may never get that chance.

  • More Bad News: UAB's Bowl Hopes Now 'Nonexistent'

    by Michael Gaio December 2014

    If it's true that "when it rains, it pours," consider UAB's football program drenched in a torrential monsoon.

  • UAB Kills Football Program, Fallout Immediate

    by Michael Gaio December 2014

    The University of Alabama at Birmingham officially killed its football program on Tuesday. The ensuing scene on the school's campus was one of chaos and heartbreak — students protesting, the band playing, tears flowing and a school president being berated by devastated players and booed by fans. Death is never easy to accept.

  • Nebraska Fires Bo Pelini, Players Vent on Twitter

    by Andrew Brandt December 2014

    Though he compiled a 67-27 record in seven seasons as Nebraska's head football coach, Bo Pelini was let go by the university's athletic director on Sunday.