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Cal U. Cancels Game After Players Beat Man Unconscious
by Michael Gaio October 2014
California University of Pennsylvania has canceled Saturday’s football game against Gannon University after five of its players were arrested in connection with a violent beating outside a California restaurant.
Schools Sharpen Focus on Issue of Phony Transcripts
by Zach Braziller October 2014
In the wake of alleged transcript fraud at Westchester Community College that cost two former players Division I scholarships, St. John's is looking into newcomer Keith Thomas' transcript, to see if it was altered as well, sources confirmed to The Post.
AIA Approves First Out HS Transgender Athlete
by Andrew Brandt October 2014
The Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board has approved the state's first ever transgender student-athlete to compete as their self-identified gender.
Club Hockey Team Funding Jeopardized by Fees Violation
by Jill Himmelfarb email@example.com 239-263-4767 October 2014
Florida Gulf Coast University’s club hockey was denied funding due to a violation in finance code regulations when the club charged tryout fees to every student trying out for the team.
School District Reports Hazing Ritual Known as 'Ripping'
by Kathy Boccella, Inquirer Staff Writer October 2014
The Cheltenham School District says a hazing incident occurred last month in which members of the boys' soccer team were dangled by their underwear, a technique referred to as "ripping."
Army Coach Accepts Blame for Troubling Recruiting Trip
by From wire reports October 2014
First-year Army coach Jeff Monken has accepted responsibility for a football recruiting excursion that resulted in minor NCAA violations and the disciplining of 20 cadets, two officers and two coaches.
Opinion: FSU's Off-Field Problems Expose Leadership Void
by Nancy Armour, USA TODAY Sports October 2014
When your starting quarterback and leading rusher are under investigation by either the school or the authorities, that's not a witch hunt. It's a problem.
Capital University to Get Stadium Lights, With Conditions
by Lori Kurtzman, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH October 2014
Capital's application for outdoor stadium lights was approved after a four-hour meeting where residents clashed and half the attendees knew they'd leave disappointed.
Study: College Concussion Protocols Need Improvement
by Emily Attwood October 2014
In September, University of Michigan coach Brady Hoke drew a firestorm of criticism (including calls for his firing) for leaving a player in the game despite what many considered obvious signs of concussion.
FSU Faces Another Scandal as RB Accused of Battery
by Tom D'Angelo, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer October 2014
Florida State starting running back Karlos Williams is being investigated for alleged domestic battery, according to the Tallahassee Police Department. The TPD said in a statement on Monday that it received the case Saturday night and it was immediately assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division.