- CSU-Pueblo Reaches Settlement with Suspended Player
by Colorado Springs Gazette July 2017
Colorado State University-Pueblo, which suspended a student athlete, recently agreed to pay him to settle his lawsuit that alleges the university falsely accused him of raping his girlfriend.
- NCAA to Investigate Strength Coach Certification, Oversight
by Jason Scott July 2017
During the Big 12 Conference’s media event on Monday, league commissioner and chairman of the NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee Bob Bowlsby said that the governing body will examine the certification of NCAA strength and conditioning coaches.
- Opinion: Big 12 Title Game Won't Fill Void of Elite Team
by Dan Wolken July 2017
What the Big 12's new theme lacks in creativity and grandiosity, it makes up for in accuracy...
- Opinion: Unpaid Hoops Suites Latest of UNM Woes
by Albuquerque Journal July 2017
The hits just seem to keep on comin' from UNM Athletics. Let's run down the top of the charts...
- Ex-Ohio State Player Sues School Over Use of Likeness
by Andrew Welsh-Huggins July 2017
One of Ohio State's most famous football stars sued the university Friday over a marketing program he says used athletes' images without permission and robbed them of compensation.
- Opinion: Ignorance No Defense for College Coaches
by Maine Robinson July 2017
College coaches wield immense power over personnel. They can control the daily schedules of 100 players. They can control...
- Coaches Hope Recruits Play Poorly for Other Coaches
by Zach Braziller July 2017
Scout.com national recruiting analyst Evan Daniels touched on the subject before the start of the first period on Wednesday, tweeting, "Little known fact during the live periods: More coaches hope their recruits play bad in front of other coaches, than well."
- Commissioner Addresses ACC’s Scandals in Press Event
by Mark Berman July 2017
ACC commissioner John Swofford has plenty to boast about, but his league is also dealing with ethical embarrassments.
- Wisconsin Seeks Contractor for $96.5M Rec Facility
by Alex Zank July 2017
The state is looking for a general contractor to build a new Southeast Recreational Facility at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a project that carries a $96.5 million price tag. Wisconsin’s Department of Administration recently posted an advertisement soliciting bids from both general contractors and mechanical, electrical and plumbing subs. According to bid documents, the work will include demolishing the existing 170,145-gross-square-foot recreational center and replacing it on the same site with a 240,560-gross-square-foot building. The new center will remain connected to a nearby arena, the LaBahn, using a skywalk.
- Ex-Ole Miss Coach Nutt Alleges Defamation in Lawsuit
by Dan Wolken July 2017
Former University of Mississippi football coach Houston Nutt filed a federal lawsuit against his former employer Wednesday, alleging key figures including current coach Hugh Freeze and athletics director Ross Bjork violated the school's 2011 severance agreement with him by pushing a false public narrative that the bulk of its ongoing NCAA infractions case involved violations that occurred under Nutt's watch.