UNC Athletes Petition Against Confederate Statue
by Jonathan Alexander December 2018
More than 100 current and former North Carolina student-athletes have signed an open letter condemning the university's recent proposal to put the Silent Sam statue in a new $5.3 million building on campus.
Opinion: UConn Must Consider All Realignment Options
by Jeff Jacobs December 2018
The American Athletic Conference is asking schools to sign a grant-of-rights agreement that would lock them in for the duration of a new media rights deal.
Why Vandy Named an AD with No College Experience
by Adam Sparks December 2018
Vanderbilt went outside the box to find its new athletics director. Malcolm Turner, the president of the developmental NBA G League, was hired Tuesday as Vanderbilt's AD and vice chancellor for athletics and university affairs.
Nassar Scandal Fallout Hits Many Organizations, Leaders
by Florida Times-Union December 2018
The U.S. Olympic Committee's firing of chief of sport performance Alan Ashley is the latest development stemming from the sexual assault investigation of now-imprisoned gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
Rise of Esports Continues on Collegiate, Pro Levels
by Jerry Zgoda December 2018
Mentioned on ESPN's "SportsCenter" and recognized by strangers on Manhattan avenues, Brandon Caicedo is basketball's latest one-and-done who left college in search of fame and fortune.
UNM Player Apologizes for Pregame Punch
by Geoff Grammer December 2018
Whether or not he plays Tuesday night against Colorado remains uncertain. But University of New Mexico junior forward Corey Manigault on Sunday evening posted to social media an apology to Lobo fans, the New Mexico State Aggies, his teammates and family for throwing a punch during a pre-game altercation with the rival Aggies before last week's loss in Las Cruces. "I let my emotions get the best of me and acted impulsively and immaturely," read part of Manigault's apology, as posted on his Twitter account. "Violence should never be an emotional outlet."
Travel Challenges Cancel College Hoops Game
by Jason Scott December 2018
Texas A&M head basketball coach Billy Kennedy was “perplexed” by it, but travel issues and weather forced Boston College and the Aggies to cancel a basketball game that was scheduled to take place in College Station, Texas, on Saturday. However, the mere fact that the game wasn’t played isn’t the end of the story. According to Yahoo Sports, conflicting narratives about what happened leave questions about how the situation will ultimately be resolved.
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by AB Editors December 2018
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Scandal Didn't Derail Freeze; Named Liberty Coach
by The Virginian - Pilot December 2018
Hugh Freeze has enjoyed the highs of football, such as winning the Sugar Bowl and beating mighty Alabama. He's also known embarrassment and shame following a personal scandal that cost him his job at Mississippi.
Opinion: Bowl Scheduling Makes Postseason Awkward
by Tom D'Angelo December 2018
College football's bowl season should start low and build as we count down to the sport's official holiday — New Year's Day.