College Fires Coach After Player's Mother Complains
by Brooke Pryor, email@example.com May 2015
Ronnie Enoch, associate head coach of the women's basketball team at North Carolina Central, is no longer employed by the university, the school confirmed Thursday night.
Minor Leaguers' Lawsuit Seeks Major Pay Increase
by Jorge L. Ortiz, USA TODAY Sports April 2015
If the lawsuit gains class-action status, its outcome could have a significant impact on the thousands of players who began the season this month with the ultimate goal -- in most cases, just a distant dream -- of reaching the majors.
Female ADs Slowly Making Inroads at Big Colleges
by Frank Fitzpatrick; Inquirer Staff Writer April 2015
While advancement in big-time athletic administration remains tricky for women, Division I schools requiring major makeovers seem eager to make them their ADs.
Do Fired College Coaches Deserve 'Golden Parachutes'?
by Amanda Seitz, Dayton Daily News April 2015
Don Treadwell didn't work a day last year at Miami University. Just the year before, college leaders fired the former head football coach after the team had started 0-5 during the 2013 season.
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.
N.C. State AD Yow Gets Extension, 34 Percent Pay Hike
by The Herald-Sun (Durham, N.C.) April 2015
North Carolina State's board of trustees has approved a two-year contract extension for athletic director Debbie Yow that includes a significant pay bump.
Ohio State's Meyer Extended, Will Get $6.5M Annually
by David Jablonski, Dayton Daily News April 2015
Urban Meyer completed his third season with the Buckeyes in January and won the first College Football Playoff national championship. His previous contract ran through 2017 and would have paid him $4.9 million for 2015. His new salary in 2015 will be $5.8 million.
Opinion: UB Botched the Bobby Hurley Situation
by The Buffalo News (New York) April 2015
Danny White deserved criticism for mishandling the situation in the weeks after Hurley led University at Buffalo to its first NCAA Tournament. The $551,000 offer, the bare minimum needed to make Hurley the highest-paid coach in the conference, wasn't White's smartest approach. Neither was giving him the cold shoulder.
Ohio State Paid $8.4M to Three in Athletics Last Year
by Laura A. Bischoff April 2015
The three highest-paid Ohio State University employees are sports guys - football coach Urban Meyer, men's basketball coach Thad Matta, and athletics director Gene Smith.
‘Sloppy Drunk’ Episode Costs BGSU Coach Jans His Job
by Paul Steinbach April 2015
Bowling Green State University fired Chris Jans on Thursday after receiving a tip from patrons in a local bar that the men’s basketball coach was “sloppy drunk” and behaving inappropriately toward several women, including the daughter of the eyewitness who submitted an email and video to BGSU athletic director Chris Kingston.