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  • Emmert, Shalala fight over whom Shapiro fooled more

    Emmert, Shalala fight over whom Shapiro fooled more
    For 45 finger-wagging pages, the University of Miami's best lawyers criticized, condemned and posed in perfectly nuanced ways a question that fit NCAA President Mark Emmert with a clown nose: Why was Nevin Shapiro given such credibility? It's a...
  • Biggest loser in Miami's NCAA football sanctions case? It's USC, again

    Biggest loser in Miami's NCAA football sanctions case? It's USC, again
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  • Teel Time: Swofford on new ACC revenue plan, New York tournament, NCAA governance

    Since its 1954 inception, the ACC basketball tournament has never strayed outside North Carolina in consecutive seasons. But the lure of New York could change that, Commissioner John Swofford said during a wide-ranging interview Monday. Relaxed as we...
  • USC's Pat Haden meets with NCAA officials, discusses easing sanctions

    USC Athletic Director Pat Haden and David Roberts, USC's vice president for athletic compliance, met with NCAA officials this week and discussed the possible reduction of scholarship losses that were imposed on the Trojans in 2010. Haden revealed the...
  • Three Oklahoma athletes penalized by university for eating pasta

    Too much pasta landed three University of Oklahoma athletes on the wrong side of the NCAA rule book. The unusual case, first reported Wednesday by the Oklahoman, came after the trio attended a graduation banquet in 2013. To restore their eligibility,...
  • UConn Defeats Louisville, 93-60

    After all the years and countless milestones, it's hardly possible for UConn to bounce a pass anymore without making history.     Geno Auriemma, the master craftsman, and his series of master classes, have become to their sport what Howard Johnson was to...
  • NCAA president "confident" in sanctions against Penn State

     
    NCAA President Mark Emmert said in a radio interview Monday that he remains confident in the Executive Committe's decision to sanction Penn State, adding that those penalties will hold unless "a whole new set of facts" emerges. (Photo courtesy Getty......
  • Paterno family announces lawsuit against the NCAA

     
    Paterno family spokesperson Dan McGinn released the following statement Wednesday night announcing a new lawsuit against the NCAA. WASHINGTON, D.C. - The family of Joe Paterno and several members of the Penn State Board of Trustees, faculty and former...
  • Todd Blackledge on the Freeh Report, NCAA sanctions and more

     
    Former Penn State quarterback Todd Blackledge recently conducted an extensive interview with documentary filmmaker John Ziegler on a broad range of topics. Ziegler posted the 34-minute interview at his website here. Take some time to listen. Blackledge,...
  • A look at George Scott Paterno et. al vs. the NCAA et. al

     
    The Paterno family filed its lawsuit today in Centre County Common Pleas Court, though it's not entirely the family's lawsuit. More than 20 plaintiffs are named, including five members of Penn State's Board of Trustees, two former assistant coaches and......
  • NCAA decision didn't go far enough, Rep. Charlie Dent says

     
    Lehigh Valley Congressman Charlie Dent said the NCAA's decision to restore football scholarships to Penn State was a "good start" but didn't go far enough. "It's a step in the right direction," Dent said Tuesday, "but [the NCAA] needs to......