Tennessee HS Names State's First Woman Football Coach
by Chip Cirillo The Tennessean September 2014
Brittney Garner, who was hired recently by Pickett County, is believed to be the first female football coach in Tennessee.
University of Buffalo AD's Contract Extended Through 2019
by Mark Gaughan, News Sports Reporter September 2014
The University at Buffalo made another significant move to try to maintain continuity in its athletics program Wednesday by signing Athletics Director Danny White to a five-year contract extension.
Leadership Tips from Fast Company's Bill Taylor
by Paul Steinbach September 2014
As a twenty-something editor at the Harvard Business Review in the early 1990s, Bill Taylor sensed a pending revolution. Baby boomers were gaining power.
Rutgers Removes Rice References from Stadium, Website
by Michael Gaio September 2014
In light of the disturbing video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator released yesterday by TMZ, Rutgers University is beginning to distance itself from its former star running back.
USC AD's Sideline Presence Generates Controversy
by Scott Wolf September 2014
The USC-Stanford game took a bizarre turn Saturday when Trojans athletic director Pat Haden rushed from the pressbox down to the field to engage the game officials after Sarkisian lost his temper on the sideline.
Redskins Offer to Donate to High School's Sports Program
by Tom Wharton The Salt Lake Tribune September 2014
The foundation offered Monument Valley $30,000 for its athletic program. But school district officials dispute that figure and said the donation needs to go through proper channels before it can be accepted.
Opinion: Notre Dame Scandal Blame Should Start at Top
by Deron Snyder, The Washington Times August 2014
ANALYSIS/OPINION: One form of cheating in school has been around forever. "Hey, I don't have last night's homework. Can I copy yours?" Another old favorite entails whispering across the aisle during a test: "Psst, what's the answer to No. 5?" The student who neglects to complete his work or properly prepare for an exam might have a good excuse for being in that situation. But those remedies are all wrong. Meanwhile, the other pupil faces a moral crossroad, with the option to bail him out or let him sink.
Retired Sox Organist Recalls 41 Seasons at Comiskey
by Bruce Ingram. For Sun-Times Media August 2014
If you went to a White Sox home game between 1970 and 2010, or if you're currently a Kane County Cougars fan, chances are good you've heard Nancy Faust doing her thing on the organ.
Former YSU President: NCAA Should Create 'Pro' Division
by Les Cochran San Carlos Park Cochran is a former president of Youngstown State University in Ohio. August 2014
We all remember Saturday afternoon and the big football game — homecoming, parties, dances and rallies. What could be better? Student tickets were free and alumni found a reason to return. Student-athletes went to class and graduated in four years. They earned their scholarship by working on campus. Players had personal responsibilities.
Robin Williams Drew Attention to Inaugural Augie’s BASH
by Paul Steinbach August 2014
Robin Williams possessed the kind of frenetic magnetism that dared you to look away. For me, it wasn’t possible. The actor/comedian’s larger-than-life persona was tailor-made for a movie screen.