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SEC To Review Alcohol Sales Policy For Off-Campus Football Games03 / 06 / 14
The SEC "plans to review its alcohol policy for neutral-site games and home games off campus, and not necessarily selling alcohol to the public at campus games," according to Jon Solomon of the BIRMINGHAM NEWS. The sale of alcohol at SEC football stadiums "is permitted in private suites but not publ...
The NC State-UNC football game, "in a break from tradition that surprised many," will be played Saturday at Ericsson Stadium in Charlotte and earn each school $1M, according to Chip Alexander of the R
"A funny thing is happening in college football these days," as attendance is dropping at some schools as students choose not to attend the games, according to Fatsis & Weinbach of the WALL STREET JOU
Big Ten conference football and men''s basketball teams "earned record profits for their schools last season, but almost all the windfall was promptly spent within athletic departments," according to
The NCAA annual graduation rates report released today shows that there was a "slight drop" in the national graduation rate for Div. I student-athletes, according to Wendell Barnhouse of the FT. WORTH
The Univ. of MD has agreed to a three-year deal with First National Bank of MD worth "slightly more than" $900,000, according to Mark Asher of the WASHINGTON POST. The agreement, the "largest" sponsor
The NCAA''s Div. I Board of Directors "voted this week to set aside" $10M into an escrow account in order to "save some money to help pay a court judgement" regarding restricted-earnings coaches, acco
Gender-equity reports show that the "financially successful football programs" at Univ. of MI (UM) and MI St. Univ. (MSU) "have allowed increased spending in every other sport -- particularly women''s
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