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  • Admissions Scandal Produces Reviews, Resignations

    by Jason Scott March 2019

    Fallout continues from Operation Varsity Blues, the code name for the investigation into the college admissions scandal rocking higher education.

  • Stanford Safeguarding Athlete Admissions Process

    by Paul Steinbach March 2019

    In the wake of the recent admissions bribery scandal that has implicated several elite colleges, Stanford has added another layer to its admissions process for students applying to the university as athletes.

  • Bradley Coach Owns 'Big Mistake' Regarding Reporter

    by Paul Steinbach March 2019

    Bradley University men's basketball coach Brian Wardle again apologized for denying team access to longtime Peoria Journal Star beat reporter Dave Reynolds. The coach's latest contrition came during a media availability Wednesday on the eve of Bradley's NCAA tournament opener against Michigan State.

  • BYU Turns to Students for Softball Sun Glare Solutions

    by Jason Scott March 2019

    BYU is turning to homegrown talent for solutions to a problem plaguing its softball team: glare on the field.

  • Ex-Intern Claims Harassment by Cal Players, Coaches

    by Paul Steinbach March 2019

    A former University of California student who worked with the football program last season as a sports medicine intern claims she was subjected to sexual harassment by players and coaches.

  • UTEP Assistant Hoops Coach Resigns in Wake of Scandal

    by Jason Scott March 2019

    Fallout continues from the massive college admissions scheme, and the latest shoe to drop comes at the University of Texas at El Paso, where assistant men’s basketball coach Lamont Smith has announced his resignation.

  • Details Emerge in CSU Swim Coach's Resignation

    by Jason Scott March 2019

    Details surrounding the resignation of Cleveland State University men’s swimming and diving coach Paul Graham have begun to come to light.

  • New Organization to Advocate for College Athletes

    by Jason Scott March 2019

    A newly founded advocacy organization, founded by a former NCAA investigator and attorney, could help bring more awareness to the issues facing collegiate student-athletes.

  • Ex-Auburn Assistant to Plead Guilty in Bribery Case

    by Jason Scott March 2019

    Ex-Auburn basketball assistant coach Chuck Person has reportedly agreed to plead guilty to a bribery-related charge in connection to the unfolding scandal in NCAA basketball, according to ESPN.

  • Cal Poly Track Team Suspended for Hazing Incidents

    by Jason Scott March 2019

    Cal Poly has announced that its track team has been suspended from competition following reports that team members violated school policies regarding hazing and alcohol.