LAWAttorney: Duke “prohibited by law” from discussing Sulaimon allegationsClips eFlashHere's a great explanation for—and justification of—Duke’s “no comments” in the Rasheed Sulaimon’s dismissal.
DIVERSITYThe 2014 Racial and Gender Report Card: College SportIssued by the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports at the University of Central Florida
FROSHPossible motives behind freshman ineligibility push; Punt, Pass & Pork A “silver bullet” to stave off the naysayers?
ROUNDBALLThe case for college basketball becoming a one-semester sport Not a new idea, but maybe its time has come?
MEDICALIn the NCAA, a Push to Reform Health Standards 25 years after Hank Gathers’s death, the NCAA’s first-ever chief medical officer is getting behind cardiac screening of athletes
TUITIONRe-Ranking the AP College Basketball Top 25: Most/Least Expensive Schools Here they are, out-of-state costs from the dirt cheap, um, most economical, to the princely private schools.
SALARIESMedian Salaries of Senior College Administrators, 2014-15 At public institutions, the median base salary of senior administrators in 2014-15 rose by 2.5%, at privates it was an increase of 2.3%.
SPORTS GONESeven sports reside in the NCAA graveyard Here are seven sports discontinued by the NCAA. RIP.
NCAANCAA says it has no legal responsibility for UNC academic fraud Some wonder why the “Penn State exception” cannot be invoked.
F40Forde Minutes: College basketball narrative takes dark turn as March arrivesForty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college basketball (Jerome entries sold separately).
FRESHMEN INELIGIBILITYMike Slive says “nyet” on freshman ineligibility Well, he actually did not say it in Russian, but he did talk about doing something for/about the few that could harm the many.
RXIn Football, Stigma of Concussion Creates Incentives to Hide It Medical professionals say their hesitancy to document concussions stems in part from the difficulty of diagnosing the injury.
WORKPLACEThe Best Organizations To Work For In SportsForbes set out to determine just which leagues, teams, agencies and other organizations within the sports industry set themselves apart from the competition.
STATSCool charts from Sports-Reference.com The links below are a gateway to a profusion of chartage that readers can pick through to find football stats to their heart’s content.
FAN EXPERIENCEThe challenge: Shorter games, with less dead time In an era of shorter attention spans and more choices, sports look to streamline their formats.
EXP/REVThe gritty on Iowa’s FY2015 athletics budget Here it is, everything one would ever want to know about the University of Iowa’s budget.
STIPENDSUtah State looking to offer stipends to student-athletes A staggering amount of money is needed for stipends. A few schools have it already, some have to be creative.
REFORMWhen it comes to college athletics, it sure seems cheating pays Sorry, forget what your Mama taught you . . . .
CAREERSFrom there to here: China Jude From Navy enlistee to radio disc jockey to college athletics director.
COAWill COA detune student-athlete interest in "handshake" money?Clips eFlashCost of attendance stipends will provide intended and unintended effects on student-athlete welfare, “competitive balance” and the awesome temptations that will continue to tantalize the one percent.
FRESHMENWhy banning true freshmen is a bad idea that will never happenA “Year of Readiness” sure sounds good, but benching freshman could create more problems than those it might solve.
FANSLack of creativity in student sections taking air out of college atmosphere Clips Guest CommentaryOur guest author bemoans today’s lack of innovation from college basketball fans.
NCAAFrom there to here: Oliver LuckNew in town, Luck is at the helm of an evolving athletics landscape.
SALARIESWelcome to the SEC West, where a $4 million coach will finish lastThe last-place coach in arguably the best division in football, the SEC West, will make at least $4 million next season, now that Mississippi State has granted a raise to Dan Mullen.
CONCUSSIONSConcussion doctor Robert Cantu: NCAA, NFL settlements fall short Former college athletes would not be paid if they are diagnosed with a brain injury.