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Latest Deborah Yow Items
Athletic directors want more say in decision-making in the NCAA, which is exploring a new governance structure.
David Amerson knows what it's like to watch your coach get fired from his college days. It's familiar to what's happening now with the Redskins.
Many college football fans will awake New Year's Day, glance at the TV listings, and then face a pressing question.
Dave Doeren is leaving Northern Illinois after two straight championship seasons to take over at North Carolina State.
North Carolina State coach Tom O'Brien entered the season with hopes of contending for the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. Instead, his program continued its up-and-down ways of the past six years _ which ultimately cost him his job.
North Carolina State coach Tom O'Brien entered the season with hopes of contending for the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. Instead, his program continued its up-and-down ways of the past six years — which ultimately cost him his job.
Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson emphatically denied he has negotiated with Stanford about its vacant athletic director position.
University of Maryland President Wallace D. Loh accepted the recommendations of an athletic commission to cut eight of the school's 27 sports, but also offered a lifeline by granting the affected programs the opportunity to raise eight years of total costs by June 30 to save themselves.
First Penn State. Now Syracuse. Concerned that allegations of child sex abuse in two big college sports programs could trigger more cases around the country, universities are urging employees to reread their school's reporting policies, while more closely scrutinizing the people who work in their athletic departments.