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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ross Bjork
Mississippi's Marshall Henderson has been suspended three regular-season games this season, including the first two Southeastern Conference games.
The list of people named as supporters of proposals in a nine-page memo sent to the committee that will meet later this month in Chicago to consider updates to the Uniform Athlete Agents Act:
A University of Mississippi professor says that a group of Ole Miss students, including football players, disrupted a production of a campus play with "hate speech" on Tuesday night.
Deciding whether to fire a college football coach often comes down to balancing wins and losses with dollars and cents.
Western Kentucky fired basketball coach Ken McDonald on Friday after a 5-11 start capped by a chaotic ending to a loss the night before.
Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork said the department was still gathering information and did not immediately have comment.
Ole Miss president Dan Jones and athletic director Ross Bjork released a joint statement on Thursday afternoon saying "we strongly condemn the behavior exhibited Tuesday night."