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Topic - Mary Sue Coleman
Brady Hoke was talking the way football coaches do, the way university presidents can't. Imagine, if you will, the snickering in academia if Michigan president Mary Sue Coleman, a biochemist by trade, accused her counterparts at Notre Dame of chickening out on a science fair.
University of Michigan officials said Friday they have ordered an outside review of campus security in the wake of a botched response to child pornography found on a medical resident's computer flash drive.
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.
Michigan's hearing before the NCAA on rules violations within its football program has started.
Rich Rodriguez walked briskly toward the escalator, ready to get out of a hotel ballroom and back on a plane to Michigan.
Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez concedes he is nervous about this weekend's hearing with the NCAA.
University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman speaks during a press conference to announce the "Victors for Michigan" fundraising campaign at Hill Auditorium on Thursday, Mov.
University of Michigan president Mary Sue Coleman gestures as she speaks during a press conference to announce the "Victors for Michigan" fundraising campaign at Hill Auditorium on Thursday, Mov.