RECENT ARTICLES
  • Audit: Marshall Sports Subsidized, WVU Self-Sufficient

    by Phil Kabler, Staff writer October 2014

    Using data obtained from the NCAA for the 2012-13 budget year, the audit found that subsidized revenue of $7.88 million amounted to nearly 28 percent of Marshall University's $28.33 million athletic department budget.

  • CU's Rec Center Seeks Affordable and Efficient Cooling Fix

    by Andrew Brandt October 2014

    This past spring, the University of Colorado-Boulder opened its newly renovated recreation center. Among the new features wowing users and making waves was its pool is shaped like the school's mascot, the buffalo.

  • Penn State Trustees to Revisit Controversial Freeh Report

    by Susan Snyder; Inquirer Staff Writer October 2014

    Pushed by alumni members, Pennsylvania State University's board of trustees has scheduled a special meeting next week to revisit the controversial report that concluded that former top administrators conspired to cover up child sex-abuse allegations against Jerry Sandusky.

  • Vols Football Program Spent $57K on Training Camp Hotel

    by Dustin Dopirak, Knoxville News-Sentinel October 2014

    Butch Jones said staying at a hotel for the first eight days of training camp this season was one of the best things Tennessee has done for the development of its young football team. The team stayed at Knoxville’s Crowne Plaza hotel from Aug. 10-17 instead of using dormitories.

  • 2014 Facilities of Merit: Walter J. Hawrys Campus Recreation Center

    by AB Editors October 2014

    Walter J. Hawrys Campus Recreation Center | Stony Brook University | Stony Brook, N.Y.

    What a difference color can make. More than half of the judging panel considered this project “bold,” most notably for its expression of color. One judge went so far as to call the facility’s exterior “iconic.”

  • Georgia Lawmakers: Protect Schools Against Profiteers

    by Nicholas Fouriezos; Staff October 2014

    In the wake of the suspension of Georgia running back Todd Gurley, state legislators are considering ways to punish people who jeopardize college athletes' eligibility.

  • First-Year Football Program Exceeds Business Goals

    by Brad Iverson-Long, The Idaho Business Review October 2014

    Just over one month into its first football season in decades, the new College of Idaho team has surpassed many of the goals that college leaders had set for the program.  

  • Opinion: SEC's Slive Will Be Difficult to Replace

    by Mark Wiedmer October 2014

    Mike Slive's vision, respect and forcefulness have made the SEC the envy of every other NCAA conference.

  • 2014 Facilities of Merit: Middlebury College Squash Center

    by AB Editors October 2014

    Middlebury College Squash Center | Middlebury, Vt.

    There are upgrades, and then there is the Middlebury College Squash Center, which replaces an air-supported structure incapable of hosting tournaments.

  • Columnist: State of Denial at Florida State University

    by Christine Brennan, USA TODAY Sports October 2014

    The embarrassment continues unabated at Florida State, a school that has put the need to win football games above all else, including an alleged rape, a Title IX violation and, pending an investigation, an NCAA rule that some schools still actually follow.