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Can selling beer help college fans drink less?

Sep 4, 2012
A small group of popular college football teams are allowing beer sales inside their stadiums, saying the change acknowledges reality and may actually help them control problem drinking.
Posted In: beer, college sports

Pac-12 universities launch sports networks

Aug 15, 2012
The Pac-12 Conference begins broadcasting college athletics on one national network and six regional ones.
Posted In: Pac-12, college sports

Playoffs could be cash haul for college football

Jun 26, 2012
College football fans are on the cusp of getting what they want. A four-team playoff is also attractive to the NCAA's bottom line.
Posted In: NCAA, college sports

College football's BCS may be on its way out

Apr 26, 2012
Word is, the BCS will be no longer exist after the 2014 season, and the 'P' word -- playoff -- is being uttered amongst football commissioners.
Posted In: college sports, BCS Championship

March Madness nets big benefits for Cinderella schools

Mar 22, 2012
The NCAA basketball tournament is a great way for smaller schools to get exposure, prestige -- and alumni donations. Just ask Murray State or Ohio University.
Posted In: NCAA, March Madness, college sports, basketball

How much productivity will be lost during March Madness?

Mar 12, 2012
It's a pretty big number, but it also won't matter much in the grand scheme of things.
Posted In: Sports, college sports, NCAA, basketball, March Madness, productivity

NCAA stipend proposal raises amateur athletics questions

Jan 13, 2012
Boise State University President Bob Kustra discusses why he's against a proposal that would offer $2,000 stipends to student athletes, and why it's time to take a closer look at Division I football and men's basketball.
Posted In: Sports, NCAA, college sports

Penn State choice for Paterno successor draws boos

Jan 6, 2012
An assistant coach from the pros doesn't impress like a star coach from a big-name university, raising questions about Penn State's bottom lines: recruits, wins and revenue.
Posted In: college sports, Penn State

Is moving to Division I sports worth the investment?

Jan 2, 2012
The University of North Alabama has decided to spend $3.4 million to jump up to the NCAA's Division I. Will the sports move help or hinder other students?
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Colleges taking careful approach to hiring coaches

Nov 30, 2011
In light of the recent scandals at Penn State and Syracuse, universities are taking more into consideration when hiring for their sports teams.
Posted In: college sports, Penn State

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