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  • Fairness for college athletes

    In ruling that the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. illegally restrained competition for top student football and basketball players, U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken could have obliterated the last remnants of amateurism in major college sports....
  • Monday's local colleges roundup: ESPN to air three U.Va. men's basketball ACC Big Monday games

    Men’s basketball: The University of Virginia will make three appearances on ESPN’s ACC Big Monday during the upcoming season. The Cavaliers will travel to North Carolina on Feb. 2, host Pittsburgh at John Paul Jones Arena on Feb. 16, and...
  • Kevin Ollie Recruiting Like A Champ

    Kevin Ollie Recruiting Like A Champ
    NEW YORK — A year ago, Steve Enoch of Norwalk was a relatively unknown basketball prospect — even within Connecticut. "I worked hard all last summer," Enoch was saying Friday morning as he and other top recruits were gathering in the Bronx...
  • PRESS BOX: Stewart withdraws from race after fatal accident

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Stewart withdraws from race after fatal accident Tony Stewart withdrew from the Cheez-It 355 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Sunday after being involved in a sprint car incident during an Empire Super Sprint race at...
  • NCAA appealing O'Bannon ruling

    The Sports Xchange NCAA appealing O'Bannon ruling The NCAA will appeal Friday's ruling in the Ed O'Bannon case. U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken ruled that the NCAA's restrictions on compensation for major college football and men's basketball...
  • Blair Kerkhoff: Winners and losers from the week that changed college sports

    Football games don't begin for about three weeks, but college sports has its first winners and losers of the season. Two major decisions in about a 30-hour period Thursday and Friday shook the landscape. First, the NCAA granting governing autonomy to the...
  • College football enters a new playoff world

    It took a hundred years, but college football finally caved to the faucet drip of public persistence by agreeing to stage a four-team playoff starting this season. Fare thee well to mythical champions crowned by wire services, matrices and wing nuts....
  • NCAA approves autonomy for the 'Power 5' conferences

    The "Power 5" conferences will have more control in how they run their athletic programs after an historic vote by the NCAA Division I Board of Directors on Thursday. A preliminary proposal for a new governance model for the ACC, Southeastern Conference,...
  • Mourning, Stern among Hall of Fame honorees

    Mourning, Stern among Hall of Fame honorees
    The Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame added nine individuals and a team on Friday night at the induction ceremony in Springfield, Mass., and one of the most grateful to be there was Alonzo Mourning. Mourning and former NBA commissioner David Stern were...
  • UM announces non-conference hoops schedule

    With nine promising newcomers, including transfers Angel Rodriguez and Sheldon McClellan, expectations are high for Miami's basketball team, which leaves for a basketball tour of Spain later this month.  Thursday, the school announced its non-conference...
  • Ian Silverman smashes world record at Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships

    Ian Silverman smashes world record at Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships
    Paralympic swimming Baltimore's Silverman smashes nearly 13-year-old world record Team USA's Ian Silverman of Baltimore broke a nearly 13-year-old world record in the men's 400-meter freestyle S10 race Wednesday, highlighting Day 1 of the 2014 Pan...