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Washington football coach Chris Petersen will be "the highest-paid coach in school history, as well as the highest-paid public employee in the state," according to Christian Caple of the Tacoma NEWS-TRIBUNE. Although the "official, finalized contract won't be available for a few more weeks," the det...
The Supreme Court, without comment, has "refused to accept an NCAA petition and will let stand a ruling that said the NCAA''s former restricted-earnings rule was indeed an illegal restraint of trade,"
The eight schools leaving the WAC to form another conference "appear to be zeroing in on a name, a home and a leader," according to Matt Jacob of the LAS VEGAS REVIEW- JOURNAL. As of July 1, the leagu
The NCAA announced that 35% of its staff would not make the move to the new Indianapolis offices, according to Steve Rock of the K.C. STAR. Of 276 staff members, 180 have "indicated they will be movin
To counter "bad publicity" it has experienced in recent years, the Boston College (BC) athletic department has hired a PR firm for the first time "to stake its claim by touting its rich athletic and r
Reaction to three proposed names for the new conference being formed by the eight WAC "defectors" has been "underwhelming" after "a couple of weeks of test-marketing by a national advertising firm," a
Revenues for the PAC-10 Conference have "increased 115.3 percent" since ''90, according to Scott Reid of the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. Revenues generated from conference bowl and TV contracts, as well a
Univ. of Houston AD Chet Gladchuk "places" new men''s basketball coach Clyde Drexler''s "economic impact at nearly" $1.5M at the ticket window, according to Jerry Wizig of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. The C
The NCAA has been forced to "kink the hose" on its Div. I member schools, "slowing down the flow of revenue that feeds them," according to Steve Rock of the K.C. STAR, who noted that more money will n
St. Petersburg City Council members were told yesterday that NCAA rules "won''t permit the city to put its name on a new basketball scoreboard that will be installed" at Tropicana Field for the colleg
The NCAA''s Exec Committee voted yesterday to "delay implementation of its new aluminum bat specifications, a move that probably will reduce the amount of damages sought by bat maker Easton Sports," a