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  • Duke Accused of Mishandling Sexual Assault Allegations

    by Michael Gaio March 2015

    In 35 years as Duke’s head basketball coach, Mike Krzyzewski has dismissed exactly one player from his program. That dismissal came on January 29, 2015, when Coach K booted guard Rasheed Sulaimon from the team after Krzyzewski said Sulaimon “repeatedly struggled to meet the necessary obligations.”

  • OHSAA Hopes Suspensions Shed Light on Practice Rules

    by By Marc Pendleton March 2015

    Every month the Ohio High School Athletic Association releases a list of schools that have violated its various rules. Its next release will likely be unprecedented, which is noteworthy because the OHSAA has been policing its members since 1907.

  • Poll: Handling Sexual Assault Incidents

    by Dennis Van Milligen February 2015

    In the wake of numerous stories on sexual assaults by athletes at all levels AB is investigating the topic for a story in an upcoming issue. We'd like your opinion. Please weigh in below.

  • TSSAA Extends Deadline for Regional Tourneys

    by Chris Thomas chris.thomas@knoxnews.com February 2015

    High school basketball teams in Tennessee have more time to complete their region tournaments after the TSSAA Board of Control voted to move the girls state sectional games to Monday and the boys sectionals to Tuesday.

  • NCAA Rules Formerly Homeless Baylor Player Ineligible

    by Steve Greenberg February 2015

    Silas Nacita was ruled ineligible by the NCAA for accepting impermissible benefits -- an apartment where he has lived since walking on at Baylor last summer

  • Sixth Grade Too Young to Recruit Athletes?

    by Nancy Armour, USA TODAY Sports February 2015

    The recent decision by Rivals.com to run profiles of Daron and fellow sixth-grader Tyson Thornton sparked a firestorm about how young is too young to treat kids like pros in the making

  • VHSL Slammed Over Truncated Wrestling Tourney

    by Ray Nimmo February 2015

    The Virginia High School League condensed its two-day state tournament into a one-day, single-elimination tourney due to impending inclement weather. Coaches and wrestlers argue that format devalued a season's worth of hard work.

  • Ill. Legislator Urges Little League to Reinstate JRW

    by Jon Seidel February 2015

    A resolution pursued by Rep. Monique Davis would urge Little League International to rescind its decision to strip the baseball team of its title.

  • WVU Placed on Probation for Recruiting Violations

    by Dave Hickman, Staff writer February 2015

    The misdeeds involve text messages and phone calls sent to recruits in virtually every sport the school sponsors, although most were committed in women's gymnastics, football, women's basketball and women's soccer.

  • NFL Concussion Settlement to Include Five Changes

    by Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer February 2015

    The proposed deal between the NFL and its retired players addressing long-term effects of repeated concussions is inching closer to final approval, as lawyers amended their settlement proposal to include five changes requested by a federal judge.