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By Daniel Seahorn On Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

Ex Texas Football Player Suing NCAA For $50 Million

Former Texas Longhorn offensive lineman Julius Whittier has filed a $50 million dollar class action lawsuit against the NCAA .Whittier is suing the NCAA on the grounds that it failed to protect college football More...

By Natasha Paul On Saturday, October 25th, 2014
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Report: Army Used Booze, Party Bus & Women to Get Recruits

Sounds like things are getting wild for the Army football program. Per the Gazette, the academy “acknowledged the misconduct” and admitted 20 cadets had been disciplined with two officers and two Army coaches More...

By Natasha Paul On Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

NCAA Says Mo’ne Davis Won’t be Punished for Chevy Commercial

The NCAA has ruled that Mo’ne Davis won’t be ruled ineligible for being the focus of a Chevrolet ad that ran during game 1 of the World Series. Mo’ne Davis may be paid for appearing in the Chevy More...

By Glenn Erby On Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Texas AD Plans to Pay Student Athletes $10k

University of Texas Athletic Director Steve Patterson says the school has a plan in place that will pay each Longhorns student-athlete $10k when the ruling comes down requiring athletes to receive compensation. That More...

By Zack Williford On Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Ex- SEC QB Claims Players Were Paid Up to $160k

Stephen Garcia had his share of problems during his stay at South Carolina, getting himself suspended five separate times and eventually getting himself dismissed from the team altogether during his senior year. More...

By BSO Staff On Friday, October 10th, 2014

UGA Fans Petition The White House to Free Gurley

To say University of Georgia fans are devastated is an understatement, considering their Heisman Candidate Running back has been suspended indefinitely due to an alleged NCAA violation Thursday. Gurley is under More...

By Zack Williford On Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Georgia Suspends Todd Gurley Indefinitely for Alleged NCAA Violation

University of Georgia star running back Todd Gurley has been suspended indefinitely from team participation while his alleged NCAA rules violation(s) are investigated according to the school’s official athletic More...

By Quierra Luck On Thursday, October 9th, 2014

NCAA Rules Daisha Simmons Eligible To Play This Season

Its finally over, she can play ball. The NCAA has finally granted Daisha Simmons the opportunity to play her last season at Seton Hall. An Alabama graduate Transfer, Simmons, was blocked by Alabama because they More...

By Simone Bridges On Monday, September 29th, 2014

Texas A&M’s Twitter account tells ESPN “Bye Felicia”

After being down 28-14, Texas A&M scored three unanswered touchdowns, barely escaping an upset by Arkansas. ESPN’s Danny Kanell has decided to hop off the A&M bandwagon after the performance and the More...

By Vashti Hurt On Thursday, September 11th, 2014

LSU Has the Most NFL Players On Active Rosters

Alabama may be widely considered the team to beat in the SEC, but another school in the conference holds the title of most NFL players on active rosters. The NFL recently released its list of players on 53-man More...

By Belal Abdel On Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Florida Cancels Postponed Game, Idaho Will Still Collect $975k

The University of Florida announced that they will officially cancel the Gators game against the Idaho Vandals after the contest was suspended due to lightning. The game itself lasted all of one play before being More...

By Belal Abdel On Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

Oklahoma Football Ad Has an Unfortunate Misspelling (Photo)

Come on now. The University of Oklahoma ran a banner ad during the Sooners blowout win this weekend and well, someone didn’t do a grammar check. You are degree is within reach. Boomer Sooner — More...

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