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  • NFL Punishment of Hardy Suitable, But Will It Stick?

    by Jarrett Bell, jbell@usatoday.com, USA TODAY Sports April 2015

    Docking Greg Hardy 10 games is a good look -- albeit way, way too late in one sense -- for a league determined to change its track record for dealing with domestic violence.

  • San Francisco Nears Smokeless Tobacco Ban at City Fields, Including Giants' AT&T Park

    by Michael Gaio April 2015

    San Francisco officials are on the verge of spitting out a rule that would ban smokeless tobacco from ball fields throughout the city, including the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park.

  • SCHSL Tables Private School Issue, OKs 5-Class System

    by J. Hartsell, Post & Courier (Charleston, SC) April 2015

    The S.C. High School League decided Tuesday to divide its member schools into five classifications beginning in 2016-17, but punted on a proposal that would have forced private schools such as Bishop England to play up a class.

  • College Athletic Departments’ Role in Investigating Sexual Assaults

    by April 2015

    The case of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston received as much media attention for the manner in which it was handled as it did for the star player involved. Erica Kinsman met Winston at a nightclub in December 2012, and after doing a shot with the then freshman quarterback that she believes was spiked, she found herself in a cab going back to his apartment where the alleged rape occurred.

  • SEC Pushes NCAA for Cost-of-Attendance Transparency

    by Ben Frederickson, Knoxville News-Sentinel April 2015

    Beginning in August, college athletes across the country can receive increased scholarship payments that cover the full cost of attendance, the result of a January vote in which the five power conferences freed themselves to pay for more than just tuition, fees, room, board and books.

  • South Carolina Prep League to Vote on Private Schools

    by Post & Courier (Charleston, SC) April 2015

    Some major changes in South Carolina high school athletics could be in store as the S.C. High School League's executive committee votes on controversial proposals Tuesday.

  • Angels, Ticket Staff Resolve Anthem Controversy

    by MARCIA C. SMITH, STAFF WRITER April 2015

    The Angels and their ticket takers have apparently resolved a dispute over whether they should continue working and allowing patrons through the turnstiles into Angel Stadium during the national anthem.

  • Man Continued to Coach Youth Softball Despite Arrest

    by Laura Godlewski April 2015

    Parents in a Georgia county are upset and concerned after they learned a local softball coach was able to coach a team even though the man had been arrested on child pornography charges. 

    Anthony Bartlett was arrested two years ago after investigators discovered child pornography on his laptop, but has been out on bail since then. 

  • UMaine Investigating Football Players for Accepting Meals

    by Sun Journal (Lewiston, Maine) April 2015

    Unidentified players are being investigated for alleged code violations "related to the acceptance of meals in a UMaine dining commons in the past month."

  • Debate Over 10 MPH Limit on Minneapolis Bike Paths

    by STEVE BRANDT; STAFF WRITER, STAR TRIBUNE (Mpls.-St. Paul) April 2015

    Minneapolis park officials Wednesday night rejected a proposal to remove 10 mile-per-hour speed limits on park bike paths after the plan ignited an online debate among drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians.