• Opinion: Sportsmanship Missing in College Sports

    by Doug Robinson Deseret News April 2015

    To the surprise of some, there was relatively little said or written about the Bad Thing the Kentucky Player Said About his Opponent earlier this week at the Final Four.

  • Opinion: UT Must Reverse Lady Vols Name Change

    by Walt Williams April 2015

    Changing brand positioning needs to be based on in-depth consumer research, not on seat-of-the-pants analysis.

  • Ohio State Paid $8.4M to Three in Athletics Last Year

    by Laura A. Bischoff April 2015

    The three highest-paid Ohio State University employees are sports guys - football coach Urban Meyer, men's basketball coach Thad Matta, and athletics director Gene Smith.

  • College Lacrosse Gaining Momentum in Iowa

    by TIM O'NEILL April 2015

    Building a college athletics program from scratch isn't easy. Such is the challenge for colleges in Iowa that have recently or plan to add lacrosse to its athletics offerings.

  • 'Proud Process' of CFP Rankings Largely Unchanged

    by George Schroeder, @GeorgeSchroeder, USA TODAY Sports April 2015

    Only the calendar will produce a noticeable tweak to the College Football Playoff's ranking and selection process.

  • UConn Legend Auriemma: Men's Basketball a 'Joke'

    by The Hartford Courant April 2015

    UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma told reporters on a national conference call Wednesday that he was recently talking basketball with friend Phil Martelli, the men’s basketball coach at St. Joseph’s.

  • Proposal Would Pay Certain Clemson, USC Athletes

    by April 2015

    Football and basketball players at South Carolina and Clemson would be paid up to $5,000 per year under a proposal discussed Wednesday by state lawmakers.

  • UW Forward Hayes Part of Suit Seeking Athlete Pay

    by Josh Peter, @joshpeter11, USA TODAY Sports April 2015

    Nigel Hayes has emerged as a March Madness celebrity, thanks to his puckish interactions with news conference stenographers.

  • Why One College Is Cutting Its Most Successful Sports

    by Kyle Rowland, The Journal Gazette April 2015

    IPFW on Saturday announced it is cutting two of its most successful sports, raising questions about its continued commitment to Division I athletics.

  • Partnership Earns Fargo Praise as NCAA Hockey Host

    by Brad Scholossman, Forum News Service April 2015

    The NCAA regionals don’t often stray from their usual destinations. Manchester, Albany, Worcester, Bridgeport, Grand Rapids, St. Paul, repeat. But Fargo wins praise for NCAA regional tourney.