Do explosive corruption charges involving the basketball programs at six universities make it harder to ignore the possibility that the problems are systemic? University presidents weigh in.
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Congress is getting involved in college basketball’s bribery scandal.
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Notre Dame isn’t yet on Baylor’s level when it comes to callous indifference and blind negligence to the safety of women on its campus.
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The way Connor Doyle describes his recruitment makes him sound like any other future college athlete.
Last year, when Alabama gave raises to its assistant football coaches, there was just one exception: offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin.
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