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  • College football roundup: Penn State's bowl ban lifted

    The Sports Xchange College football roundup: Penn State's bowl ban lifted The NCAA Executive Committee lifted Penn State's postseason ban, effective immediately, and restored the football program's full complement of 85 scholarships beginning in 2015-...
  • Postseason play given back as NCAA accepts new report on Penn State

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. The Nittany Lions scored big Monday as the NCAA accepted recommendations from George Mitchell's latest report on Penn State's progress, restoring postseason play this year and scholarships next year. In his second annual report, issued...
  • NCAA to ease sanctions on Penn State imposed after scandal

    NCAA to ease sanctions on Penn State imposed after scandal
    (Reuters) - The NCAA Executive Committee said on Monday it would ease sanctions imposed in 2012 on Pennsylvania State University's football program as punishment for the school's involvement in the Jerry Sandusky child sex scandal. The governing board of...
  • NCAA lifts Penn State's bowl ban, restore scholarships

    The Sports Xchange NCAA lifts Penn State's bowl ban, restore scholarships The NCAA Executive Committee lifted Penn State's postseason ban, effective immediately, and restored the football program's full complement of 85 scholarships beginning in 2015-...
  • NCAA restores Penn State's postseason bowl eligibility, scholarships

      The NCAA has immediately restored bowl elibility to Penn State, citing the school’s progress in ‘ensuring department functions with integrity,’ and will restore the program to its full scholarship allotment starting in 2015-16. The...
  • Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium staff wrote playbook for hosting first College Football Playoff title game

    Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium staff wrote playbook for hosting first College Football Playoff title game
    ARLINGTON, Texas – Fans entering AT&T Stadium for the first time, feel like they’ve fallen down the rabbit hole and are transported to a strange and new world – Jerry’s World. A $1 billion fantasy of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry...
  • Pat Haden in wrong place at wrong time at USC-Stanford game

     Pat Haden in wrong place at wrong time at USC-Stanford game
    A blue-ribbon committee convened early Sunday to choose the weekend's low-light playoff team. The 13-member panel was fictional, formulated in a columnist's post-Oregon drive back to the hotel, but included so many upstanding citizens its credibility...
  • College football's big question: Where are the game-day fans?

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As the 2014 U.S. college football season kicks off, athletic departments face one big worry - that fans of one of the nation's most popular sports are watching it from sofas or bars, rather than filling stadiums. Even as the...
  • Mo'ne Davis 'Sad' Over UConn Sanction

    Appearing at a WNBA luncheon Friday in New York City, Little League star Mo'ne Davis admitted she's "sad" about the NCAA reprimanding UConn with a secondary rules violation for Geno Auriemma's congratulatory phone call to her during the World Series....
  • Mo'ne Davis is 'sad' UConn coach's call deemed an NCAA rule violation

    Mo'ne Davis is 'sad' UConn coach's call deemed an NCAA rule violation
    Mo'ne Davis says there was no funny business going on when she received a phone call from Geno Auriemma last month. The NCAA doesn't see it that way, though, determining that the congratulatory call from the Connecticut women's basketball coach to the...
  • School That Tattled On Geno Is As Slimy And Pathetic As NCAA

    School That Tattled On Geno Is As Slimy And Pathetic As NCAA
    The pathetic part is that the school that complained about Geno Auriemma's making a phone call to congratulate Little League pitcher Mo'ne Davis somehow will feel validated by the NCAA decision to slap UConn with a secondary rules violation. The pathetic...