Editorial: Terminally Ill Player Hill Provides Life Lesson
by Paul Daugherty November 2014
The best gifts emerge quietly and are too often taken for granted. Until someone like Lauren Hill shows up, to show us what we're missing.
Reports: Michigan AD Dave Brandon Set to Resign
by Michael Gaio October 2014
It's been rumored for weeks and now it looks like it's actually going to happen.
UNC Whistleblower Champions Young Athlete Reading
by LAURA OLENIACZ firstname.lastname@example.org; 919-419-6636 October 2014
Former UNC-Chapel Hill learning specialist Mary Willingham is leading an effort to launch a virtual reading program for student-athletes called PCRead.
Columnist: Time for UNC's Williams to Take Some Heat
by Mark Wiedmer October 2014
Note to Tar Heel alums and fans the world over: When your problems have risen to No. 2 on SNL's Weekend Update list, you know you're in a heap of public relations trouble.
Laker Greats Help Present Refurbished Basketball Courts
by Sandy Mazza October 2014
The sounds of squeaking shoes on newly laid beechwood filled the Port of Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club on Monday as kids explored two refurbished indoor basketball courts awarded by the Los Angeles Lakers after an online contest.
Some Peers Side with Coach Fisher on FSU's Winston
by Tom D'Angelo, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer October 2014
While Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has done much to enhance Jimbo Fisher's brand on the field, many believe the Heisman Trophy winner has put his coach in a difficult position off of it. National media members have questioned Fisher's ethics because he recently defended Winston.
Opinion: SEC's Slive Will Be Difficult to Replace
by Mark Wiedmer October 2014
Mike Slive's vision, respect and forcefulness have made the SEC the envy of every other NCAA conference.
SEC Commish Slive Retiring, More Leaders Sure to Follow
by George Schroeder, USA TODAY Sports October 2014
Mike Slive's plans for retirement sound intriguing. Along with wife Liz, he plans relaxing road trips through the South, an unhurried exploration of the region they've adopted as their own.
High School AD Makes Rare Midseason Coaching Change
by James Yodice, Journal Staff Writer October 2014
It rarely happens to any high school football program, but there has been a midseason coaching change at Hope Christian.
Opinion: High School's Firing of Coach Leaves Black Eye
by Pat Disabato October 2014
I've been made aware of some coaching firings and hirings through my career, but what happened at Crete-Monee the last three days is without equal. And in no way, shape or form should that be considered a compliment. On Monday, boys basketball coach Tom Cappel found a termination letter in his school mailbox. He was blind-sided. Cappel attempted to get an explanation from athletic director Linda Peete, but she had a "do not disturb" note posted on her office door, according to Cappel.