RECENT ARTICLES
  • NCAA to Consider Grad Transfer Rule Change

    by Jason Scott April 2019

    The NCAA is considering a change to how it handles student-athletes who wish to transfer to a different institution after they graduate to use their remaining eligibility.

  • Nebraska Fans Raise $160K for Flood Victims

    by Jason Scott April 2019

    During his monthly radio show on Monday night, University of Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos said that the school had raised between $160,000 and $170,000 to help the state’s flood victims.

  • High Point Failed to Notify Athletes About Scholarships

    by Jason Scott April 2019

    High Point (N.C.) University failed to notify in writing more than 100 student-athletes about changes to their scholarships, which constituted a violation of NCAA regulations.

  • Mizzou's 'Tiger Stripes' Ticketing Targets Businesses

    by Paul Steinbach April 2019

    In response to declining football attendance, the University of Missouri has created a new program that offers any business in the mid-state area a choice of three ticketing packages.

  • Report: UCLA Aware of Pay-for-Admissions in 2014

    by Paul Steinbach April 2019

    The University of Southern California has garnered much of the attention in the college admissions scandal, but new revelations indicate rival UCLA was aware of cash-for-admissions arrangements on its campus dating back to 2014.

  • LSU's Wade Reinstated After Meeting With Investigators

    by Jason Scott April 2019

    LSU men’s basketball coach Will Wade has been reinstated following a weeks-long standoff that sidelined him throughout his team’s Sweet 16 run through the NCAA tournament.

  • Review Clearing Illinois' Underwood Raises Questions

    by Jason Scott April 2019

    Following a recent investigation of men’s basketball coach Brad Underwood, the University of Illinois will review its reporting policies and athletic oversight roles according to The News-Gazette.

  • Integrating Health and Wellness into Rec Programming

    by Kate Rampone April 2019

    Integrating health and wellness into fitness and recreation has been an emerging trend filled with the promise of a healthier and happier future for college-age students. Overall health is multifaceted and should incorporate physical, mental and social aspects, all of which contribute to feelings of wellbeing. Holistic wellbeing has become an especially hot topic in college recreation because of the target demographic and the impacts of physical, mental and social health on student success.

  • Nebraska to Raise Flood Relief Funds at Spring Game

    by Jason Scott April 2019

    As cities and counties throughout the midwest continue to recover from recent flooding, the University of Nebraska announced its plans to use its spring game as a way to help.

  • NKU Performance Reviews Addressed Coach's Behavior

    by Paul Steinbach April 2019

    Northern Kentucky University women's basketball coach Camryn Whitaker had been told in recent performance reviews to be more positive with her players, but it wasn't enough to deter the athletic department from extending her contract through 2021.