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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Ross Bjork
Mississippi football players Denzel Nkemdiche and Robert Nkemdiche are being sued for $2 million after allegedly beating a man at a fraternity party last year.
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.
"When this alleged incident occurred, the proper authorities investigated the matter and could find no evidence of wrong-doing related to Denzel and Robert Nkemdiche or any other members of our football program," Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork said. "This is a personal matter for them and we will support Denzel and Robert while they defend themselves in this civil case."