- Hermine Threatens College Football Games
by Harry Minium and David Hall September 2016
Although Hurricane Hermine hadn’t yet made landfall in Florida on Thursday afternoon, it could force both Old Dominion and Norfolk State to postpone their football home openers until Sunday.
- Coaches Suspended Over Recruiting Violation
by firstname.lastname@example.org September 2016
Charleston Southern suspended head football coach Jamey Chadwell and an assistant coach in response to a Secondary/Level III NCAA recruiting violation, the school announced Thursday night.
- Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy Likes Coach Gundy App
by Stuart Goldman September 2016
Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy says he is not surprised at how fast his new Coach Gundy mobile app has taken off.
- Wyoming AD Explains Athletics Cuts
by Thaddeus Mast September 2016
All University of Wyoming departments and units are facing budget reductions, including the athletics department. While some people state the importance of keeping the sports programs funded, others argue it should be cut further. The Financial Crisis Advisory Committee, a group created to analyze and create a possible plan for Fiscal Year 2018 budget reductions, heard Athletics Director Tom
- LSU, Wisconsin Players Warned Against Lambeau Leap
by Daniel Uthman September 2016
Excessive celebration that is not spontaneous and team-focused is a no-no, according in NCAA rules.
- Lawsuit Accuses Former USC AD of Sexual Harassment
by The Orange County Register September 2016
Former USC athletic director Mike Garrett was accused of sexual harassment by a Cal State Los Angeles administrator in a lawsuit filed Monday. Garrett, who was the athletic director at Cal State Los Angeles until June, called female employees "babe," sweetheart," "love" and "legs" according to Dr. Sheila Hudson, senior associate athletic director at the university. The lawsuit also said Garrett told a student assistant, "I love you" and "I could kiss you." Hudson, a 1996 Olympic triple jumper, said she went to Cal State L.A.'s human resources dept. and was "warned ... against voicing her complaints." Hudson's attorney, Nancy Abrolat, filed the lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court.
- Report: Big 12 Trims Expansion List
by Phil Stukenborg September 2016
The University of Memphis is one of "six to eight" schools on the Big 12's "preferred list" of expansion candidates according to a TMGcollegesports.com story Tuesday written by former Boston Globe columnist Mark Blaudschun.
- Kansas in Midst of Facility Turnaround, Coach Says
by Matt Galloway September 2016
The Kansas football program has a long road back to relevancy, a fact the folks occupying Anderson Family Football Complex readily admit. In at least one aspect, though, the Jayhawks say they've already made big strides in keeping up with the Joneses. "We just went from the bottom of Power Five to the top of Power Five," KU coach David Beaty said, "when it comes to what our locker room looks like."
- Could Clemson Get a Boost from New Nap Room?
by Jason Scott August 2016
Clemson’s $55 million football training facility is expected to be complete in January, and it has all the amenities you would expect of a big-budget program in the college sports arms race, and some you probably wouldn't.
- Some Arrested ND Players Will Be Available for Opener
by Tom Coyne August 2016
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said he intends to make four of the five players arrested by state police on marijuana possession charges available to play when the 10th-ranked Fighting Irish open the season at Texas on Sunday.