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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org - 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
by DEREK REDD, DAILY MAIL SPORTSWRITER October 2014
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 email@example.com; 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.