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    by Rick Wright August 2017

    The University of New Mexico football program paid an extra $30,699 for the additional week of preseason practice allowed this year by the NCAA, UNM's assistant athletic director for football operations said - not $100,000, as stated on Tuesday at a Board of Regents Finance and Facilities Committee meeting.

  • Opinion: Schools Should Help Athletes Find Balance

    by Derek Redd August 2017

    Different schools have different standards, public schools have different criteria than private schools and a football coach shouldn't have to worry about discussing them.

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    by AB Editors August 2017

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  • Clarifying Role of College Sports Easier Said than Done

    by Amy Donaldson August 2017

    Do college football players see the game as a way to earn a degree, an education, and a future for themselves? Or do they see college football as a path to a career in professional sports?

  • NCAA Policy Calls for Sexual Violence Prevention, Education

    by Ralph D. Russo August 2017

    NCAA member schools will be required to provide sexual violence education for all college athletes, coaches and athletics administrators under a police announced Thursday by the organization's board of governors.

  • Booster Club: Fire AD, President or Lose Donations

    by Michael Lycklama August 2017

    The Idaho State University booster club has seen enough. In an op-ed published in the Idaho State Journal on Sunday, the Idaho State Football Alumni Team threatened to withhold nearly $80,000 in donations if Idaho State doesn't fire the school's president and athletic director.

  • Nutt Would Settle Suit for Apology From Ole Miss

    by Dan Wolken August 2017

    Former Mississippi football coach Houston Nutt has offered to settle his defamation lawsuit with the school in exchange for a public apology and $500,000 to fund the creation of an integrity for college sports commission in the state, a person with knowledge of the case told USA TODAY Sports.

  • Power 5 Leagues Seek to Speed Pace of Football Play

    by Garry Smits August 2017

    College football games are long and getting longer, becoming an experience that is outlasing any other professional or top-level college team sports experience.

  • College Football Teams Adopt Statistical Analytics

    by Ralph Russo August 2017

    College football has been slower to become immersed in the type of statistical analysis and data-based decision-making that has revolutionized other sports. But it is happening.

  • Jumpman Brand Could Help North Carolina Football

    by Andrew Carter August 2017

    Addressing a crowd at UNC's annual Meet the Heels Day on Saturday, Larry Fedora attempted to describe how North Carolina's new football uniforms would help the Tar Heels.