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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Athletics
Some high school administrators are opposed to a proposed athletics rule that would expand voluntary summer practices in West Virginia.
Surveying the state of the sport he dominated for so many years, running great Haile Gebrselassie sees a bleak future.
Dan Straily last appeared in a game over two weeks ago. His final spring training start was rained out.
As much as Scott Kazmir won over Oakland fans with his dazzling debut, new Athletics closer Jim Johnson is losing them with another ninth-inning meltdown.
March Madness comes to a close next week. The annual collegiate basketball tournament determines which of 68 teams takes home the men's championship trophy. The students who participate, even the ones who win, won't take home anything — except, if they stay out of trouble and stick around long enough, a college diploma.
Loyola of Chicago athletic director M. Grace Calhoun has been named athletic director at the University of Pennsylvania.
Oakland's Yoenis Cespedes hit his first home run of spring training, but the Seattle Mariners rallied for four runs in the ninth inning to beat a split-squad of Athletics on Sunday.
North Dakota State's ascension to NCAA basketball tournament darling began more than a decade ago with a college president who wanted to see the school name scrolled across the ticker on cable TV stations and set out to raise millions of dollars for Division I athletics.
Northwestern University officials on Thursday countered a quarterback's allegations that the program places athletics over academics, urging a federal agency to deny a bid by the school's football players to form the first college athletes' union in U.S. history.
Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter testified Tuesday that he was essentially paid to play via his scholarship as the National Labor Relations Board opened a closely watched hearing on a bid to form what would be the first union for college athletes in U.S. history.
Calling the NCAA a dictatorship, Northwestern's quarterback and the United Steelworkers announced plans Tuesday to form the first labor union for college athletes - the latest salvo in the bruising fight over whether amateur players should be paid.
The University of Notre Dame's iconic football stadium will be flanked by three massive buildings under a $400 million project that will also create nearly 4,000 premium seats at the "House that Rockne Built."
Vanderbilt took less than a week before filling its vacant head football coaching position, announcing Friday the university had tabbed Stanford defensive coordinator Derek Mason.
On Thursday in U.S. District Court in Oakland, Calif., Judge Claudia Wilken will hear arguments on certifying O'Bannon's long-running litigation against the NCAA into a class-action lawsuit. The changes to the structure of college athletics could be seismic.
Where is NCAA president Mark Emmert? That the scandal is academic and not athletic is irrelevant. The president has already shown a devil-may-care willingness to disregard tradition and intervene at Penn State.