Tag Archives: NCAA

  1. Panel Discusses Intercollegiate Athletic Reform

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    November 14, 2012 by kujhawk

    By Evan Dunbar The push-and-pull between intercollegiate athletics and academics and the lack of support for student-athletes to succeed in …
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  2. What’s In The News

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    September 30, 2012 by kujhawk

    Kansas has restructured its contract with head basketball coach Bill Self. He will be with the Jayhawks through the 2021-22 …
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  3. Calhoun Leaves Lasting Legacy at UConn Amid Sanctions

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    September 13, 2012 by kujhawk

    There are certain schools and certain sports that are synonymous with a name. Florida State football? Well that’s Bobby Bowden. …
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  4. Penn State Penalties Hurt More Than They Help


    July 24, 2012 by kujhawk

    November 22, 1997. That is the last time the Penn State Nittany Lions won a football game. The starting QB? …
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