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  • Iowa AD: Complaints Led to Coach's Firing

    by Telegraph Herald April 2017

    University of Iowa athletic director Gary Barta said Monday that three rounds of complaints from parents and field hockey players prompted an investigation into the program that ultimately led to the firing of coach Tracey Griesbaum in 2014. Griesbaum's termination is a central piece of a lawsuit filed by former top administrator Jane Meyer against the university.

  • Opinion: Female Football Recruit Shouldn't be Surprise

    by Barbara Barker April 2017

    It was bound to happen. Sooner or later, someone was going to step outside the box and offer a scholarship to a woman to play college football. Maybe we shouldn't be so surprised that it was someone like Timm Rosenbach. The Adams State coach is a former quarterback with the Arizona Cardinals and New Orleans Saints. He also is the husband of a former professional volleyball player and the father of two sports-crazed girls. And that, more than anything, weighed heavily into his decision to offer a partial scholarship to kicker Becca Longo of Arizona to play for the Division II school in Alamosa, Colorado.

  • SEC Commish Sankey Won't Recuse Self from UNC Probe

    by Andrew Carter April 2017

    Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey has refused a request that he recuse himself from the ongoing NCAA investigation into UNC-Chapel Hill. Sankey is also the chairman of the NCAA Committee on Infractions.

  • Georgia Football Signee Booted Following Arrest

    by David Paschall April 2017

    D'Antne Demery, a 6-foot-7, 310-pound Georgia signee who was rated among the top 20 offensive tackles nationally in the 2017 signing class, was arrested Saturday night by Athens-Clarke County police and charged with misdemeanor simple battery and criminal trespass after allegedly shoving and hitting the mother of his one-month-old child.

  • College Fitness Facility Stands Firm on Dress Code

    by Jason Scott April 2017

    A student who was kicked out of the College of Charleston’s fitness facility for wearing a shirt that exposed her midriff got some attention on social media this week, but C-of-C is standing firm in its choice to ask her to leave.

  • Rec League Rugby Teams Suspended After Hazing Probe

    by Courtney Cameron April 2017

    The Student Conduct and Community Standards office at the University of Wisconsin—River Falls has recently concluded an investigation of several months into the conduct of its men’s and women’s rugby teams.

  • How Alabama Changed the Spirit of Spring Football

    by David Paschall April 2017

    Alabama didn't invent college football. The Crimson Tide did, however, ignite the current craze of insanely large spring-game crowds.

  • College Coach Builds App to Handle Recruiting

    by Daniel Uthman April 2017

    The app's architecture allows Central Florida assistant football coach Jovan Dewitt to enter written information as well as audio and video from every interaction he has with a prospect or someone connected to the prospect and share it in real time with fellow staffers to whom he's given access to the app.

  • Indiana Athletics Bans Athletes with Records of Violence

    by Jason Scott April 2017

    A new policy instituted by Indiana University bars athletes with a history of domestic or sexual violence from participating in the university’s athletics programs.

  • Clemson Football Complex Features Player Slide

    by Paul Steinbach April 2017

    It's a college player's playground.