• Third Female Coach Resigns, Fueling Title IX Complaints

    by Rachel Blount, Star Tribune (Mpls.-St. Paul) June 2015

    University of Minnesota Duluth women's basketball coach Annette Wiles resigned Monday, becoming the third female head coach to leave the school in the past six months.

  • College Coaches' Heated Email Exchange Goes Public

    by Laura Godlewski June 2015

    Two Missouri college softball programs are in the limelight after a heated email exchange between coaches of the programs became public.

  • How Will NCAA View Report Detailing UNC Scandal?

    by John McCann June 2015

    The department secretary who masterminded the irregular classes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill created the shoddy curriculum to help both general students and student-athletes alike, according to an investigation led by former federal prosecutor Kenneth Wainstein.

  • UAB Football Back, But Hiatus Killed Momentum

    by Paul Myerberg, USA TODAY Sports June 2015

    It took six months for Alabama at Birmingham officials to reverse course on a controversial decision to shutter the university's football program, which was buried in early December but revived Monday by many of the same officials first responsible for sending the Blazers into purgatory.

  • Schools Outside Power Five Gear Up for Athlete Stipends

    by Mark Gaughan, The Buffalo News June 2015

    A lot of Big 4 student-athletes on scholarship are going to have a little extra money in their pockets for pizza on Saturday night or gas money to go home on a long weekend starting this fall.

  • Slive's SEC Legacy: Record Money, Lots of Titles

    by David Paschall, Chattanooga Times Free Press June 2015

    There was no shortage of news at the Southeastern Conference spring meetings this past week in Destin, Fla. League commissioner Mike Slive sharply stiffened penalties for fans storming football fields and basketball courts, and the league banned accepting transfers who have been dismissed because of assault and domestic violence charges.

  • SEC to Ban Transfers with 'Serious Misconduct' in Past

    by Seth Emerson, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution June 2015

    In an acknowledgement of the national climate toward domestic violence, and in reaction to a specific situation this year, the SEC made a major move Friday.

  • U. of Miami Uses 7-on-7 Event to Showcase Facilities

    by Matt Porter, Palm Beach Post May 2015

    The Hurricanes are showing off their revamped facilities by hosting some of South Florida's most talented high school teams.

  • SEC: Satellite Camps Okay Until NCAA Says Otherwise

    by Tim Tucker, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution May 2015

    The SEC flexed its muscles again this week, vowing that its football coaches will participate in satellite recruiting camps all over the country unless the NCAA stops other leagues from doing the same by next summer.

  • Ohio State Relishes Chance to Host Browns Scrimmage

    by Tom Reed, Dayton Daily News May 2015

    The Cleveland Browns are taking their Family Day event on the road for a second straight year and this time holding it in a city that could become their new training camp home.