June 2, 2010 - Issue 461
Coach Wins Lawsuit A former Oklahoma State assistant men’s basketball coach who sued University of Minnesota Head Coach Tubby Smith over an apparent false assurance he would be hired won $1.25 million in court Wednesday. Read the full story...
N.J. State Champs Out? The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association held an emergency meeting last week to discuss the possibility of no longer holding some end-of-season championship events. l Read the full story...
Ticket Scandal At KU An internal investigation at the University of Kansas found that former employees “diverted” basketball ticket sales in order to make personal profits of over $1 million. Read the full story...
Great Expectations Dr. David Hoch, Athletic Director at Loch Raven High School in Towson, Md., explains his approach to conduct codes for coaches. The goal is to guide coaches to be great role models and professionals. Read the full story...
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Hearty Decision Although the University of Tennessee would not allow former men’s basketball player Emmanuel Negedu to play on its squad after his heart suddenly stopped beating during a preseason workout, the University of New Mexico is welcoming him on its team. Read the full story...
Follow Up: Scholarships In a follow-up to our blog two weeks ago on scholarships in college sports, we offer two stories about college athletes who thought they had four years of college tuition covered, but did not. Read the full story...
You Play, I’ll Play NFL quarterback Brett Favre told the University of Southern Mississippi baseball team that if it makes it to the College World Series again this year, he’ll play another year in the NFL. Read the full story...