He built Dunk City and a reputation for playing above the rim with reckless abandon. Now, Florida Gulf Coast head coach Andy Enfield is heading west to become the new head coach at the University of Southern California.
The NCAA leveled the most serious charge it has in its arsenal, lack of institutional control, against the University of Miami for the school’s part in the Nevin Shapiro scandal. The term, institutional control may be foreign to fans, but something schools dread seeing from the NCAA.
Not that there was any doubt, but the AP confirmed Tuesday that the number one team in the country is the Alabama Crimson Tide after the first week of the college football season.
More than two years after the University of Southern California was hit with major sanctions due to improper actions with running back Reggie Bush, the Miami Dolphins back has returned his 2005 Heisman Trophy.
The 2012 college football season is roughly a month away and Thursday, the first major preseason poll was released. The USA Today Coaches’ Poll once again predicts the power in college football is located in the Southeastern Conference.
Lost amidst the hubbub over the potential of a plus one national championship game in college football; a measure that allows schools to offer full four-year scholarships to players barely survived an override vote.
GOP Presidential candidate Herman Cain spoke frequently of his 9-9-9 plan to deal with taxes in a recent debate, but the details of the plan may cost Cain his frontrunner status according to a new study.
Cam Newton and Reggie Bush have plenty of parallels. Both have held the Heisman Trophy. Both have endured scrutiny, scandal and NCAA investigations. And now both are wishing the Miami Hurricanes well as they face a mess that could tear the program down.
Only one football program has ever received the NCAA’s most severe penalty, known as “the death penalty,” but if the allegations against Miami are proven by the NCAA, “the U” could be facing a similar fate to Southern Methodist University in 1987
When the University of Southern California was hit with strong sanctions after the Reggie Bush-scandal, the head of the NCAA Committee on Infractions, Paul Dee, said “high profile players demand high-profile compliance.” But, if the allegations against the University of Miami are proven by the NCAA, Dee may go down with one of the biggest gaffes in college football history.