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FIU To Play UNC Afterall

Sep 1st, 2009 | By | Category: college basketball, College Sports School News, Featured News

All that posturing by FIU did nothing but the inevitable: FIU to play UNC, not Ohio St. Lots of rants by FIU when regardless of who they play, they get 3 home games out of the deal. FIU would have had a hard time getting 3 home games versus D2 schools. FIU decided Tuesday that […]

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Kudos to UConn

Aug 7th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Featured News

After getting a bad deal with Notre Dame (6 years, ZERO home games), UConn has pulled out of the proposed deal. Uconn would have held it’s “home” games at Foxboro and Giants Stadium for the duration of the series.

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Bowling Green Football Downgrade A Possibility

Apr 27th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Featured News, NCAA Division Upgrades

Bowling Green AD Greg Christopher recently revealed some of the options as the school struggles to deal with a $6 to $10 million deficit: ¥ Dropping all sports to Division II;¥ Eliminating football;¥ Going to a tier system for selected sports;¥ Dropping selected sports. One option that might make sense would be to downgrade football […]

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EWU to Drop Football?

Apr 27th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Featured News, NCAA Division Upgrades

“Football has never been easy at Eastern Washington University. But it has seldom, if ever, been this difficult From huge budget shortfalls to periods of administrative indifference to fan apathy, Eastern’s football program has struggled to stay competitive – at any level. For the most part, with the exception of an ugly three-year stretch in […]

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Northeastern Basketball on Probation

Apr 25th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Featured News

Northeastern has been placed on probation for two years and had its scholarships and recruiting privileges reduced because of violations in its men’s basketball program, the NCAA announced Friday. The school’s recruiting violations included giving unauthorized benefits to a student-athlete and banned activity by a booster, someone who helps an athletics department land new players, […]

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Washington St. to Leave the Pac-10? More Scare Tactics

Apr 24th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

There was been some recent rumblings about Washington St. potentially being booted from the Pac 10. It might seem odd based on their solid success in football and basketball over the past decade or so. But it all comes down to money. And the Washington St. athletic department says they don’t have enough. WSU Athletic […]

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Sioux Tribe Approves North Dakota Nickname

Apr 22nd, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Featured News

Looks like the University of North Dakota will be able to keep it’s nickname. Members of the Spirit Lake Sioux tribe say they’re proud of the Fighting Sioux nickname, and they showed it with their votes. Results from the tribe’s primary election, announced Wednesday by the tribal election committee, showed 764 votes in favor of […]

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Paulus Eyes Transfer to Michigan to QB

Apr 16th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Featured News

an interesting story that’s been developing as 4 year Duke basketball player Greg Paulus has been toying with the idea of transferring to another school to play football. Duke offered him the opportunity to try out as a receiver, but not at QB, his desired position. Former Duke basketball player Greg Paulus has been given […]

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UConn Violated NCAA Rules

Mar 25th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Featured News

The University of Connecticut violated NCAA rules in the recruitment of former guard Nate Miles, a six-month investigation by Yahoo! Sports has found. Miles was provided with lodging, transportation, restaurant meals and representation by Josh Nochimson – a professional sports agent and former UConn student manager – between 2006 and 2008, according to multiple sources. […]

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Wagner College Drops Volleyball, Wrestling Programs

Mar 12th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Featured News

Wagner College has announced that it will drop its women’s volleyball and men’s wrestling programs, effective in the 2009-10 academic year, reducing its number of sport offerings from 22 to 20. Read More…

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