• Kansas City Stadiums Dished out Food Violations

    by Andrew Brandt November 2014

    It looks like Kansas City's Kauffman and Arrowhead stadiums may be home to more than just the Royals and the Chiefs.

  • FSU Football Players' Hit-and-Run Finally Comes to Light

    by Wire Reports November 2014

    Two Florida State players - starting cornerbacks P.J. Williams and Ronald Darby - were involved in a hit-and-run accident in October that resulted in two traffic tickets, the New York Times reported Friday.

  • FHSAA Ruling: School Must Vacate Playoff Spot

    by Anthony Chiang Palm Beach Post Staff Writer November 2014

    Hialeah-Champagna must vacate its playoff spot due to violating one of the FHSAA's bylaws when it walked off the field and forfeited midway through last week's regular-season finale at Bradenton IMG Academy.

  • MLB Putting End to Managers' Game-Delaying Tactic

    by Ken Davidoff November 2014

    Rest in peace, Awkward Manager Ambling From The Dugout to the Field So a Team Can Decide Whether To Challenge a Call. You won't be missed.

  • HS Admin. Fired Over Handling of Cheating Allegations

    by Robert J. McCarthy News November 2014

    Canisius High School has fired a top administrator because he failed to follow proper procedures surrounding cheating allegations against a star football player, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.

  • Two U. Charleston Players Dismissed for Using Fake Bills

    by Erin Beck, Staff writer November 2014

    The two football players allegedly used numerous fake $20 bills at stores in Kanawha County over the last week.

  • Fisher: 'Proper Channels' for Latest Winston Allegations

    by Orlando Sentinel November 2014

    When asked whether the NCAA was investigating the issue, FSU Coach Jimbo Fisher reiterated, "I just send it to the proper channels."

  • Opinion: Wisconsin's Competitive Balance Proposal Works

    by JR RADCLIFFE, Kettle Moraine Index November 2014

    "Competitive balance" has been top of mind in the hallways of WIAA headquarters since last spring, when a "multiplier" proposal advanced by members of the Six Rivers Conference sought to address inequities in the state's prep sports landscape.

  • Was FSU's Winston Involved in Point-Shaving Plot?

    by Wire reports November 2014

    Alabama-Birmingham reportedly is investigating defensive end Chris Rabb for an alleged point-shaving scandal that involves Jameis Winston, a friend and former teammate at Hueytown High in Alabama.

  • UNC's Special Talent Admissions Being Debated

    by LAURA OLENIACZ; 919-419-6636 November 2014

    In response to concerns voiced by a few UNC-Chapel Hill professors about the admissions process that gives special consideration for athletes' prowess on the field, court or in the pool, administrators say they've already reformed the process to make it more rigorous.