Small College Casts Wide Recruiting Net with Success
by KEVIN THOMAS Staff Writer December 2014
When Katherine Ferland began looking for a college, she had offers to stay near her home in Montreal, with fellow French- speaking students. But then came the lure of Fort Kent, Maine.
Duke Stadium Upgrade to Match Football Team's Rise
by The Herald-Sun (Durham, N.C.) December 2014
Coaches talk about "rebuilding years," of arduously reshaping a program whose ticks in the win column have been disappointing.
Campus Judicial Systems in Legal Gray Area
by Collin Binkley, Mike Wagner, Jill Riepenhoff and Sara Gregory November 2014
Those who work in the campus judicial system say that, because the private proceedings aren't bound by the laws and rules of criminal courts, they function differently and hold different standards. They point out that, legally, schools are allowed to enforce their own rules.
Opinion: If FSU Won't Punish Winston, NCAA Should
by ZACH BRAZILLER November 2014
The NCAA should do what Florida State refuses to do: Punish Jameis Winston for breaking a rule.
Columnist: In OSU Band, Success Trumps Behavior
by Joe Blundo, The Columbus Dispatch November 2014
If I had to pick one sentence as most telling in the latest Ohio State University marching-band report, I'd pick this one: "It appears that the university did not assert proper oversight because of the band's continued successful performance on the field."
FSU Athletic Events Will Go On Despite Campus Shooting
by News Wire Services November 2014
Florida State University coaches and athletics department leaders expressed sadnesss and offered prayers after a shooting on campus. Seminoles athletics events will go on as scheduled, the lineup includes the football team's home contest against Boston College.
UNC Addresses Academic Scandal Response, Reforms
by LAURA OLENIACZ email@example.com;919-419-6636 November 2014
Despite a number of reforms implemented in response to the athletic and academic scandal at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the school's provost, James W. Dean Jr., said that he doesn't expect "anyone to do the victory dance any time soon."
Lawmakers Seek $25K Fine, Jail for Autograph Seekers
by Kristina Torres; Staff November 2014
Call it Gurley's Law: The next guy who tries to pay a Georgia running back for his autograph may want to think twice after state lawmakers proposed new penalties this week including jail time and a $25,000 fine.
New Report: More OSU Band Lewdness, Lax Oversight
by Collin Binkley, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH November 2014
Ohio State University failed for decades to rein in its marching band and eliminate widespread alcohol abuse and sexual harassment, according to a follow-up investigation of the group that also uncovered some new instances of inappropriate and lewd behavior within the band.
Universities Drop 'Lady,' Unify Athletes, Polarize Alums
by Andrew Brandt November 2014
Last Monday, the University of Tennessee decided to drop the term "Lady" from all of its women's athletic programs, besides basketball.