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ACC Commissioner John Swofford at the end of the conference’s spring meetings on Thursday said that he “wanted to ‘protect’ his member schools from experiencing the types of financial loses that FSU saw in December,” according to Coley Harvey of the ORLANDO SENTINEL. FS...
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered each of the 301 NCAA Division I schools to turn over financial information needed in an antitrust lawsuit the NCAA lost last year, according to the K.C. STAR. U.S.
Presidents of Pac-10 schools will discuss a plan this week that would allow the Rose Bowl to join the college football bowl alliance, according to the WASHINGTON POST. Under the current proposal, the
At least 500 tickets were handed out free by UMass for its first-ever Final Four appearance at the Meadowlands this year and the list of recipients is a virtual "Who''s Who of Boston politics and medi
With "state-of-the-art" arenas available in every major Pac- 10 market, there appears to be interest in bringing the post- season basketball tournament, on a six-year hiatus, back again, according to
Purdue Univ., with assistance from the Collegiate Licensing Corp., has retained Sean Michael Edwards Design of New York and will unveil a new series of logos Friday, April 26. The current "Boilermaker
The Big 12 men''s and women''s basketball tournaments will be held in Kansas City through 2000, according to Randy Covitz of the K.C. STAR. Big 12 Presidents ratified the recommendation of AD''s by ad
The DirecTV Great Eight tournament will move from The Palace of Auburn Hills to Chicago''s United Center in ''96. Chicago Mayor Richard Daley will make the announcement today, according to this mornin
Georgetown men''s basketball coach John Thompson will withdraw his application for a NV gaming license and will pull out of a deal to make him a 10% owner of slot machines at Las Vegas'' McCarran Airp
Georgetown men''s basketball coach John Thompson''s application for a Nevada gaming license was the focus of a report on ABC''s "World News Tonight." The license would allow Thompson to purchase 10% o
Georgetown basketball coach John Thompson has drawn criticism from the NCAA and school officials over an application he filed with the Nevada Gaming Commission to purchase a 10% share in the slot mach