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  • USF leader doesn't expect Power 5 to spin off

    USF leader doesn't expect Power 5 to spin off
      Despite uncertainty, new USF athletic director Mark Harlan doesn’t believe we’ll see a fracturing of the college football landscape with the five equity conferences — ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC — breaking off to...
  • College sports' billion-dollar issue: Who pays freight on pay-to-play?

    The commissioner of one college conference recently compared the state of the NCAA to that of a delicate ecosystem being threatened by the heat of what is shaping up to be a long and litigious summer. Ed O’Bannon’s lawsuit against the NCAA,...
  • Gators roll past Tide, win national softball title

    Gators roll past Tide, win national softball title
    Stephanie Tofft and Kristi Merritt hit home runs, leading Florida to a 6-3 win over Alabama on Tuesday in Oklahoma City, and the Gators captured the Women’s College World Series championship. Florida (55-12) swept the best-of-three title series...
  • Is NCAA baseball madness prelude to ACC's first title since 1955?

    Is NCAA baseball madness prelude to ACC's first title since 1955?
    Only incurable seamheads and/or incorrigible gamblers organize NCAA baseball tournament pools, but even if you filled out a bracket purely for entertainment, chances are it's more charred than a burger on the barbie. Five of the eight national seeds met...
  • Hallandale linebacker Juwan Taylor commits to Georgia

    Hallandale linebacker Juwan Taylor commits to Georgia
    Hallandale linebacker Juwan Taylor has gone from an unknown to a future SEC player in the span of a month. Taylor committed to Georgia on Tuesday, picking the Bulldogs over offers from LSU, Wisconsin and Clemson.  Taylor entered the spring evaluation...
  • Alabama trustees approve $6.9-million salary for Nick Saban

    Alabama football Coach Nick Saban's new $6.9-million salary, unanimously approved Tuesday by the school's Board of Trustees, represents everything that is wrong, and right, with college athletics. Saban's pay package will make him one of the highest-...
  • Tim Tebow still refuses to believe his NFL career is over

    Tim Tebow still refuses to believe his NFL career is over
    Tim Tebow still wants to be an NFL quarterback. That's not surprising, considering how much of his life he's dedicated toward that goal. But he's also behaving like it's actually going to happen, even though he's been out of the league for a year...
  • Thursday's college and local multi-sport roundup: Tribe women place 2-3 in NCAA regional 10,000-meter run; Pilots win on one-hitter

    Colleges: Track and field: William and Mary senior Elaina Balouris and sophomore Emily Stites finished second and third in the 10,000-meter run, respectively, in the NCAA East Preliminary late Friday in Jacksonville, Fla., showing they can contend...
  • SEC approves music, noisemakers between plays at football games

    SEC approves music, noisemakers between plays at football games
    Get your earplugs ready. The SEC announced Friday it would permit institutions to play music and use noisemakers between plays during football games. Traditional institutional noisemakers (read: the cowbells at Mississippi State) also will be allowed....
  • UF president Bernie Machen opposes graduate student transfers

    UF president Bernie Machen opposes graduate student transfers
    The Florida Gators welcomed high-profile transfers Jake McGee and Jon Horford with open arms this spring. It does not take a rocket scientist to see why. McGee should give the Gators the playmaking tight end the team lacked during a miserable 2013...
  • SEC commissioner Mike Slive threatens Division IV if autonomy for Big Five is rejected

    SEC commissioner Mike Slive threatens Division IV if autonomy for Big Five is rejected
    DESTIN – Moments after announcing another record payday for the SEC, commissioner Mike Slive fired a shot over the bow at the NCAA, courtesy of the the nation’s most powerful conference. Approve legislative autonomy for the Power Five...