Law & Policy: Rules & Regulations
Nacita: Disregarding Baylor Guidance a Mistake
by The Herald-Sun (Durham, N.C.) February 2015
Baylor announced Tuesday that Silas Nacita, whose story of overcoming an unstable family situation to play major college football made him a fan favorite, was no longer part of the program.
Opinion: Lawmaker's Concussion Bill a Fumble
by Doug McKain February 2015
Senate Bill 7 is major overkill on what is needed for a concussion protocol, involving major expenses to schools to have this many highly skilled medical personnel on an oversight team when it would not require this many medical team members to establish a protocol that already has been studied and guidelines established.
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.
Coaches of 'Tanking' Girls Basketball Teams Suspended
by Tom Kreager Daily News Journal February 2015
Riverdale coach Cory Barrett and Smyrna coach Shawn Middleton were removed as coaches through the end of the 2015-16 school year, along having their basketball coaching supplements withheld.
Anti-Bullying Policy Coming to Nashville Parks?
by Michael Gaio February 2015
In an effort to align with the city's public school district, Nashville's Metro Parks and Recreation has proposed an anti-bullying policy of its own.
Bill Would Let Voters Have Say in High-Debt Projects
by Joey Garrison The Tennessean February 2015
Tennesseans would have the final say the next time their mayor wants to build an arena, football stadium or convention center if a newly filed state bill clears the Tennessee General Assembly.
Opinion: Prep Teams' Fate Deserved for Trying to Lose
by David Climer, USA TODAY Sports February 2015
What transpired at the Riverdale-Smyrna girls high school basketball game Saturday is an utter embarrassment.
Girls' Basketball Suspensions Follow Illegal Workout
by Marc Pendleton February 2015
At least seven area girls varsity high school basketball players have been hit with two-game suspensions for violating an Ohio High School Athletic Association rule after participating in a non-sanctioned practice on Friday.
Girls' Basketball Teams Sanctioned for Tanking
by Daily News Journal February 2015
The TSSAA removed Riverdale and Smyrna from the high school girls basketball postseason on Monday following a report from a high school referee in charge of their District 7-AAA consolation game held Saturday where he said that both schools “played to lose the game.”
Opinion: Ineligible Freshmen? Don't See it Happening
by Dave Hickman February 2015
It's hard to find anyone these days with a truly sensible reason for why college football and basketball should consider returning to the days of freshman ineligibility.