Texas Fires Athletic Director Steve Patterson
by Jason Scott September 2015
University of Texas president Gregory Fenves has reportedly fired athletic director Steve Patterson after just 22 months on the job.
Michigan First School to Use Virtual Reality in Recruiting, Fan Engagement
by Jason Scott September 2015
The University of Michigan athletic department is beginning to utilize Virtual Reality (VR) technology for recruiting and fan engagement.
Green Makes 14: Dartmouth Latest to Add W Rugby
by Tris Wykes September 2015
The women's college rugby scene is changing almost by the month, and that trend was evident Sunday when Dartmouth hosted Pennsylvania during the Big Green's inaugural varsity match. The hosts' 77-5 victory at Brophy Field came during what was essentially an exhibition, although it will count in conference standings. The Ivy League only has three varsity teams at the moment -- Harvard and Brown being the others -- and requires five before it will sanction the sport. The Quakers, a club team competing with one fewer player than the traditional 15, couldn't cope with Dartmouth's ball movement or aggressive runs upfield. Five players recorded five-point tries early on as the hosts built a 29-0 lead midway through the first half. Following Penn's only try of the day, the home team added another 19 points to head into the intermission with a 48-5 lead.
Oklahoma Player Apologizes for Post-Game Antics
by Knoxville News-Sentinel September 2015
Cameras caught Eric Striker and Hatari Byrd in less-than-sporty moments immediately following Oklahoma’s 31-24 double overtime victory over Tennessee Saturday night. Knoxville television outlet WATE showed Striker directing foul language toward the SEC while making his way around the Neyland Stadium field. An SB Nation reporter captured video of Byrd raising his middle finger toward the Neyland stands as the OU safety was about to enter the tunnel toward his locker room.
Rutgers Still Reeling as Seventh Player Arrested
by Joe Juliano September 2015
Rutgers' Kyle Flood talked Monday about how everything within a football program reflects on the head coach - good and bad. Less than two hours after he finished his weekly news conference, another bad reflection of Flood and his program surfaced. NJ Advance Media reported that wide receiver Leonte Carroo was arrested by the Rutgers University Police Department and charged with simple assault under domestic violence in connection with an altercation outside the team's stadium after Saturday's loss to Washington State.
Tensions Rise at Hocking College Amid Rape Allegations
by Mary Beth Lane The Columbus Dispatch September 2015
Dateline: NELSONVILLE, Ohio Encounters between demonstrators and football players last week reflect the tension at Hocking College after a student filed a report on Sept. 1 with campus police alleging that she had been raped in a residence hall. In the report, the student said she was intoxicated and didn't remember much until she awoke in a dorm room with four male students, including three football players, all of them unclothed.
USU-Eastern Suspends Basketball Team Activities
by Amy Donaldson Deseret News September 2015
As part of an investigation into allegations of sexual assault in a residence hall on the campus of Utah State University Eastern, administrators have suspended all team activities for the men's basketball team. Officials aren't calling the players suspects, but they are saying there is a connection between some of the basketball players and the sexual assault that took place on Sept. 4.
Few Take Steps to Be Involved in UND Nickname Vote
by Anna Burleson September 2015
When University of North Dakota President Robert Kelley announced who could vote on the future of the school's nickname, people who didn't automatically qualify as a stakeholder had three days to get involved by becoming either a donor or season ticket holder. Not many took advantage of that opportunity.
Sale of Alcohol at Ohio Stadium Gets Mixed Reviews
by Dan Gearino September 2015
Only a few Ohio State fans got to drink beer and wine inside the 'Shoe on Saturday, but many others let their opinions flow on the subject. With the Buckeyes' home opener, a 38-0 win over the University of Hawaii, Ohio State has begun selling alcohol in some premium seating areas.
Ex-U.Va. Swimmers Ask for Dismissal of Hazing Suit
by The Virginian Pilot September 2015
Five former members of the University of Virginia men's swim team are asking a judge to dismiss a hazing lawsuit by a former teammate who has accused them of ordering unwanted sexual contact and forcing him to eat a goldfish.