‘For-profit’ just a business model when it comes to college sports
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Could the admission of Grand Canyon University (Ariz.) into the Western Athletic Conference help change the perception of for-profits among the higher education community?
University System of Maryland regents pledged to work with open meetings compliance board
In two years, Central Michigan University will field its first women's golf team.
Former Maryland athletic director Debbie Yow and delegate Pat McDonough question value of conference shift
Faculty Want More Say On University Of Michigan Athletics
Two weeks after its athletic teams joined the Big Ten, Rutgers University has accepted an invitation to join the sports conference's academic arm.
University of West Alabama officials say work will begin soon to upgrade key athletic facilities on the school's 600-acre campus.
College sports fans should soon be able to buy stock in a Division I program.
For an especially lucrative occupation, one might consider becoming a fired college football coach.