Report: Durkin Helped Staff During Suspension
by Adam Zielonka November 2018
DJ Durkin stayed in communication with assistant coaches at the University of Maryland football program and helped make game plans for the Terrapins while he was on paid administrative leave, the Baltimore Sun reported.
Basketball Player Apologizes for Violent Hit in Game
by Telegram & Gazette Staff November 2018
A Fitchburg State University basketball player on suspension after he struck a Nichols College player in the face with a forearm during a game Tuesday issued an apology through his Instagram account.
Opinion: Commissioners Will Pave Way for Expanded Playoff
by Dan Wolken November 2018
In an interview with ESPN this week, American Athletic Conference Commissioner Mike Aresco said the treatment of unbeaten Central Florida by the College Football Playoff selection committee over the past couple of years has caused him to re-evaluate his stance on whether the four-team field should be expanded beyond its current format. "The point is, I hadn't really given a lot of thought to expansion of the Playoff, but I'm giving more thought to it, only because it seems to me that if half of FBS is pretty much going to be left out of this, then I think maybe you have to think more about it," Aresco told ESPN.
More Plaintiffs Join Suit Against OSU Over Team Doc
by Jason Scott November 2018
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Ohio State University have alleged that more than 20 school officials knew about the abusive behavior of former team doctor Richard Strauss but did nothing to stop him.
Villanova Debuts New Court with Dud
by Mike Jensen November 2018
Bill Finneran, who donated enough to his beloved alma mater that Villanova's renovated and sparkling Pavilion is now named for him, had to improvise his halftime remarks at Wednesday's official opening night for the arena. Speaking to a stunned Main Line full house inside the Finneran Pavilion, Finneran the man concluded with, "If you're lucky, you're seeing the worst game you're going to see." This one is going to hold up for awhile, going into history with the worst defeats of the Jay Wright era.
Earlham Quakers Nix Football After 53 Straight Losses
by Andy Berg November 2018
After 53 straight losses — the longest losing streak in Division III college football — Earlham College in Richmond, Ind., has decided to suspend its football program.
ESPN Announces Myrtle Beach Bowl
by News & Record November 2018
A new bowl game with a tie-in to the Sun Belt Conference is coming to the Grand Strand.
Do Signing Period Changes Matter?
by Seth Soffian November 2018
High school signing day arrives Wednesday with a notable change for most sports — there is no more early signing period for every sport except football and basketball.
Opinion: Brohm to Louisville Not a Sure Thing
by Gregg Doyel November 2018
In another time, a time not so long ago, Purdue football was a job to leave. And football coaches often do what football coaches do, preaching loyalty while their agent is on the phone, listening to offers.
Assistant NYU Women's Coach to Lead Men's Soccer
by Barbara Barker November 2018
The timing was bad and the situation was messy. That was Kim Wyant's gut reaction when she received a call saying the men's soccer coach had quit one game into the season because of a family illness.