BYU Commits to Basketball with Facilities Upgrades
by Jay Drew The Salt Lake Tribune February 2015
If potential recruits around the country were unsure if BYU is committed to improving its standing in the country's college basketball landscape, they should not be now.
FSU's Fisher Advocates August Football Signings
by Tom D'Angelo Palm Beach Post February 2015
College football is moving closer to an early signing period, but Jimbo Fisher said it's not early enough.
Opinion: Truth in Advertising Needed in Recruiting
by Deron Snyder, THE WASHINGTON TIMES February 2015
In the romanticized, idealized world of college football, Big State U. recruits the best high school players each year and sells them on whatever works: the coaches, the system, the campus, the tradition, the co-eds, etc.
Columnist: Time for UTC Track Supporters to Ante Up
by Mark Wiedmer February 2015
Standing room only. That's the crowd that packed the Raccoon Mountain Room at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's University Center on Tuesday afternoon.
With Old Dominion's Move Up to FBS, Ticket Prices Rise
by Harry Minium February 2015
Old Dominion's first home football game against an ACC team will command the highest ticket price in school history.
Will Flat-Seamed Baseballs Bring More NCAA Offense?
by Dustin Dopirak email@example.com Dustin Dopirak covers UT athletics. Follow him at twitter.com/TennesseeBeat. February 2015
Dave Serrano believes pitchers' lives have become a little too easy in college baseball since the NCAA adopted the bat-ball co-efficient of restitution standard (BBCOR) for its bats beginning with the 2011 season
Illini to Play Northwestern at Soldier Field Three Times
by Daily Herald Report February 2015
Citing a strong alumni base and a greater return at the gate, Illinois athletic officials have signed a three-game contract to play more football games at Soldier Field.
Pac-12 Basketball Attendance Continues to Plummet
by Ryan Kartje, The Orange County Register February 2015
This is not an ideal time for a Pac-12 basketball game. That's abundantly clear by 11:30 a.m., as Utah and USC are set to tip off, and the 10,258-seat Galen Center is overtaken by a tidal wave of maroon, dotted with flecks of cardinal and gold. The maroon is an unwelcome sight - it comes from the upholstery on the backs of empty seats.
Prep Coach: 'Terrible' That FSU Pulled Bell Scholarship
by Brendan Sonnone Orlando Sentinel February 2015
Florida State did not honor its scholarship offer to Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes linebacker Brian Bell after he was named in a civil wrongful death lawsuit.
Arkansas Boosts Football Coach Bielema into $4M Club
by From Our Press Services February 2015
Arkansas has seen enough of Bret Bielema in two seasons to make the Razorbacks want the former Wisconsin coach to stick around a while longer.