Law & Policy: Rules & Regulations
- Toilet Paper Prank Costs Team Spot in State Semis
by Jason Scott November 2017
A Maryland high school field hockey team will be sitting out of the state semifinals as a consequence for a prank that got out of control.
- ACC: Laptop Use Did Not Violate Rules
by Steve Wiseman November 2017
Clemson's use of a laptop computer on its sideline during Saturday's game at N.C. State fell within NCAA rules and will not result in any disciplinary action.
- N.C. State Coach Demands Investigation of Laptop Use
by News & Record November 2017
Furious at the officials and suggesting Clemson had some help on its sideline, Dave Doeren did not go quietly into a bad night Saturday.
- HS Creates Diversity Group After Players Kneel
by Andy Berg November 2017
Four high school football players in Michigan who knelt during the national anthem have prompted their school and community to address some thorny issues.
- Jurich: ‘I Was Earning Every Penny’
by Andy Berg October 2017
Former Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich claims he was deserving of the $2.76 million salary he was earning before he was fired last month.
- Additional Penalties Handed Out for HS Football Brawl
by Augusta Chronicle October 2017
Additional penalties have been handed out to North Augusta and South Aiken high schools after the South Carolina High School League reviewed videos of the post-game brawl that occurred after a football game Oct. 13.
- Foundation Demands Cessation of Pre-Game Prayer
by Courtney Cameron October 2017
The superintendent of Trussville City Schools has received a letter from the Freedom from Religion Foundation complaining about a pre-game prayer that was broadcast at a recent home football game at Hewitt-Trussville High School.
- MIAA Rule Denies Girl Golfer Boys' Golf Title
by Bill Doyle October 2017
Plenty of people are upset that because she’s a girl, Emily Nash wasn’t awarded the championship trophy at the Central Mass. Division 3 boys’ golf tournament on Tuesday even though she shot the lowest score.
- USA Gymnastics Cuts Ties with Illinois Gym
by Katie Smith October 2017
Athletes at an Aurora gym can no longer compete in USA Gymnastics meets, after associating with someone who presented a "concern for athlete safety."
- Boeheim: Rules "Applied Differently" to North Carolina
by News & Record October 2017
The NCAA rules regarding a coach's responsibility and failure to monitor, which cost the Syracuse basketball program in an NCAA investigation, weren't applied in North Carolina's case, Orange coach Jim Boeheim says.