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PastaGate: Oklahoma Reports Excessive Eating To NCAA
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PastaGate: Oklahoma Reports Excessive Eating To NCAA

by Mike Crocker

Reggie Bush had his Heisman Trophy and his historic 2005 USC campaign smeared. The SMU Mustangs of the '80s received a football "death sentence" after it was discovered the school had a "pay to play" method of recruiting athletes... Watch

South Florida Buzz On National Signing Day

South Florida Buzz On National Signing Day

by Alex Kushel

South Florida is a hotbed for talented football players in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties. For instance, the college football national championship game featured Palm Beach County standouts Tre Mason and Kelvin Benjamin... Read more

SMU Extends June Jones Through 2017

SMU Extends June Jones Through 2017

by Christopher Smith

SMU had its worst season since 2008, missing a bowl game for just the second time in June Jones' six-year tenure, but the school ended speculation on his future Monday with a new contract through 2017... Read more

The "South" Shall Rise Again

The "South" Shall Rise Again

by Steve Barnes

Two weeks into the college football season, the "South" hasn't fared well. I have to believe this week the "South" shall rise again. Well, sort of..... Read more

Fixing the NCAA's Punishment Problem

Fixing the NCAA's Punishment Problem

by Joe Jenkins

Yesterday we spent some time uncovering the NCAA’s ineffective policing of major college football for 60 years (If you missed it, click here).   Today, we’ve moved on from the finger pointing and will hopefully provide some solutions... Read more

NCAA Punishment System Is Broken

NCAA Punishment System Is Broken

by Joe Jenkins

Last week the NCAA levied a $20 fine against an unnamed female golfer at an unnamed West Coast Conference school for washing her car on campus. The fine for improper benefits is said to cover the cost of water and the hose the student used... Read more