- WSU Player Has Suspension Lifted After Altercation
by Jacob Thorpe November 2016
Washington State linebacker Logan Tago will return to both classroom and field while the student conduct board reviews his suspension along with other cases affected by the Whitman County Superior Court ruling Wednesday.
- Wake Forest Cries Foul After Alleged Playbook Leak
by Dan Wolken November 2016
Wake Forest football staff members discovered materials left behind by Louisville on Saturday that showed the Cardinals were prepared for plays the Demon Deacons had not run before, raising suspicions of a security breach, a person with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.
- Ex-USC Fullback Practices with Scout Team
by Joey Kaufman November 2016
USC brought former fullback Soma Vainuku to practice Tuesday to work out as the scout team running back. "He was very welcome," Coach Clay Helton said. Vainuku played for the Trojans from 2011-15, before he was signed as undrafted free agent by the Houston Texans last spring.
- Tennessee Title IX Lawsuit Costs Top $3M
by Matt Lakin November 2016
The final cost to the University of Tennessee for settling a Title IX sex discrimination lawsuit will top $3.27 million - with more bills coming in, records released this week show.
- Matchups With FCS Teams Offer Benefits for FCS Schools
by Mark Wiedmer November 2016
Have we become so selfish and elitist in the Power Five conferences that we can't reach down to lift up an otherwise major college program from time to time, if not year by year?
- NCAA Sees Rising Graduation Rates for Black Players
by Jason Scott November 2016
The NCAA announced yesterday that African-American men’s basketball student-athletes set a record this year for graduation rates, with 77 percent of Division I players earning a degree within six years.
- Columbia Suspends Wrestling Season to Investigate Group Chat
by Courtney Cameron November 2016
One week after the Harvard men’s soccer team’s “scouting report” was publicized and condemned by university officials, the Columbia University wrestling team finds itself at the hub of a similar scandal. The team has been called out by student journalists who gained access to private messages sent by the team using the app GroupMe which contained a sequence of racist, misogynistic and homophobic slurs.
- Fitness Clubs Seek to Broaden Women's Workout Horizons
by Jason Scott November 2016
In college recreation centers and gyms across the country, women seem to mostly stick to the cardio equipment, rarely straying into other areas. But fitness clubs springing up on college campus are hoping to broaden women's workout horizons and get them off the elliptical and into other activities.
- St. John's New AD Goff Has Optimistic Outlook
by Mark Herrmann November 2016
St. John's new athletic director Anton Goff arrived on campus Monday with a measure of experience and a wealth of optimism. "We're going to win here, we're going to win the right way," he said.
- Georgia State Fires Coach with Two Games Remaining
by Doug Roberson November 2016
Georgia State Athletic Director Charlie Cobb said Sunday that he fired football coach Trent Miles because the team just wasn't progressing and that he wants to breathe new life into the program in the season's final two games. "It wasn't one play, one situation or one game," Cobb said. "We aren't playing to our capabilities. A 2-8 record, I don't think that speaks for the talent on the team."