• Columnist: 'Paper Classes' Cheapen My UNC Degree

    by Don Campbell October 2014

    In 1968, I became the first person in my family to graduate from UNC. I was proud enough of my degree to hang my diploma on my office wall for many years.

  • UT Volleyball Practice Facility Viewed as 'Game-Changer'

    by Mike Strange October 2014

    Coach Rob Patrick and the Tennessee women’s volleyball waited their turn. They waited while a new aquatic center was built. And soccer and softball stadiums.

  • Michigan Coach Apologizes for Stake Incident

    by Daily News wire services October 2014

    The day after Michigan linebacker Joe Bolden planted a tent stake in the Spartan Stadium field before the Wolverines’ 35-11 loss to Michigan State, coach Brady Hoke apologized.

  • Report: West Point Recruits Wooed with Alcohol, Women

    by Tom Roeder - October 2014

    The U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., which acknowledged the misconduct, disciplined 20 cadets for promoting underage drinking and other misdeeds and self-reported a recruiting violation to the NCAA.

  • PR Firm to Plead Case for Marshall U. Spot in Playoffs


    Conference USA, of which Marshall is a member, has retained the Los Angeles-based firm Brener Zwikel & Associates. According to USA Today, the firm sent a statement Thursday touting Marshall's credentials to the College Football Playoff committee.

  • Media Members' Inside Look at Playoff Selection Process

    by Chris Dufresne Los Angeles Times (MCT) October 2014

    The folks running the playoff recently invited selected media members to participate in a mock selection for the new four-team playoff.

  • OU Changes Sideline Policy Following Player Collision

    by Michael Gaio October 2014

    Photographers and videographers at Oklahoma Sooner football games will have to live without a few extra comforts after a sideline collision shook up one of Oklahoma’s star players last week.

  • Ohio State Uncovers More of Band's Sexualized Traditions

    by Laura A. Bischoff, Dayton Daily News October 2014

    Traditions included student-produced videos of raunchy skits and a beef cake calendar, the university said Thursday in federal court filings.

  • Profanity's Recruiting Impact Resonates with UT Students

    by David Cobb, Knoxville News-Sentinel October 2014

    University of Tennessee Chancellor Jimmy Cheek has publicly outlined that he sees a problem with profanity during football games since a derogatory chant rang through Neyland Stadium on Oct. 4.

  • UNC Coaches Removed from Academics, Report Finds

    by HAROLD GUTMANN; 919-419-6655 October 2014

    When asked Wednesday how involved he was in his players' academics, North Carolina coach Larry Fedora said he was only focused on his next opponent.