Marist and the University of Albany are not going to let their men’s basketball teams play Duke University in a tournament hosted by Duke, in protest of the House Bill 2 that stirred controversy this year.
Social activism by Mizzou football players garnered the attention from ESPN. Go figure.
Rumors were floating around that the university president Ken Starr was going to be fired, which led to public outcry to keep him. Now, football head coach Art Briles has been fired after 8 years…
However, the cap doesn’t affect the University of Georgia or Georgia Tech. Hmm.
Well, if it is true, it means that “JoePa” wasn’t as innocent as his family says he was. Photo by Han Shot First Photo by Han Shot First
From the College Fix: Jack Montague held his tongue for weeks after he mysteriously left Yale – right as the basketball team he led was blazing toward the NCAA Tournament. Now his lawyer says Montague “intends…
No better way to grease the wheels in the halls of state legislatures than inviting state lawmakers to college football games.
They would pray before and after games, but after a complaint was made, the Air Force said it would permit football players to continue to do the same if they wanted to.
ESPN’s Brett McMurphy with the latest: A Missouri Tigers player said Sunday night that the entire team is not united over the decision to stop practicing until grad student Jonathan Butler ends his hunger strike….
Guess the media criticism was too much for Tim Wolfe.