Law & Policy: Rules & Regulations
UT at Chattanooga Playing Title IX Numbers Game
by David Cook March 2015
To talk about University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Title IX troubles is to sooner or later realize this: Football and wrestling take up an awful lot of room.
Prep Team Reinstated in Playoffs After Jersey Violation
by Laura Godlewski, Athletic Business Intern March 2015
A California high school girls’ basketball team that was forced to forfeit a win after a jersey violation has been reinstated in the playoffs after winning an appeal.
The Citadel Cracking Down on Hazing
by amanda kerr; email@example.com March 2015
A total of 11 cadets have either dropped out or been suspended from The Citadel amid an unprecedented inquiry by the military college into alleged acts of hazing.
Stadium Progress Delayed Over FEMA Objections
by Brian Francisco Washington editor March 2015
FEMA has suspended $5.5 million in hazard mitigation grants for Indiana because it contends that parts of the Kokomo ballpark are being built in a flood-prone area that is supposed to remain open green space.
Fenway Park Neighbors Call for Increase in Parking Fines
by MARIE SZANISZLO and COLNETH SMILEY Jr. March 2015
Fed-up Fenway neighbors -- tired of scofflaw Red Sox fans stealing their residential spaces -- want to see fines more than doubled to $100 for foul parking around the ballpark.
Assault Case Raises Questions: 'What Did Coach K Know?'
by Deron Snyder, THE WASHINGTON TIMES March 2015
Determining if Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski sat on disturbing claims for nine months before dismissing Rasheed Sulaimon is important.
Oregon Sexual Assault Case Highlights Bigger Issue
by Michael Gaio March 2015
Ugly details have emerged regarding an alleged sexual assault at the University of Oregon and the school’s handling of the lawsuit that followed.
Baseball Begins New Era of Clock Management
by news wire services March 2015
A digital clock with giant red letters counts down from 2 minutes, 25 seconds after the final out of every half-inning. It's part of baseball's new pace of game rules to cut down on the downtime that prolongs games.
City Expands Park Alcohol Sales, Lifts Restrictions
by Katlyn Smith firstname.lastname@example.org March 2015
Taking a page from Ravinia, Heritage Park in Wheeling will sell beer and wine at the new performance pavilion, where visitors will bring picnics to concerts and theater productions.
Duke Accused of Mishandling Sexual Assault Allegations
by Michael Gaio March 2015
In 35 years as Duke’s head basketball coach, Mike Krzyzewski has dismissed exactly one player from his program. That dismissal came on January 29, 2015, when Coach K booted guard Rasheed Sulaimon from the team after Krzyzewski said Sulaimon “repeatedly struggled to meet the necessary obligations.”