- Coaches' Second Chances Often Go Sour
- NCAA postseason bans for poor academic performance continue to rise, especially at HBCUs
- NCAA Throws Book at Cheating Coaches
- More Trouble in Minnesota
- Quick Takes: State Takeover of Texas Southern, WVU Names President Over Faculty Objections, Clemson Eases Athletic Recruiting, Ex-Ohio State Coaches Win Appeal, UW-Superior Recognizes Christian Group, Maryland Adds Benefits for Some Long-Term Lecturers
- Edward Waters College Regains Accreditation
- Quick Takes: Phoenix's Flaws, Ouster at Mt. San Jacinto, Video Dispute Grows at C.W. Post, Protests on Rape Article, Macalester Party Angers, Philip Morris and UVa, Excessive Security Alleged, Ethnomusicologists Condemn Torture, Coach's Penalties Upheld
- Quick Takes: Cuomo Expands Probe, Lawmakers Sound Alarm on Loans, Fresno State Appeals, Push to Reverse Alabama Reforms, Fisk Eliminates Athletics, NCAA Penalties for Texas Christian
Quick Takes: New Charges Against Churchill, Court Victory for Southern Miss., Tuition Outrage in Colo., Stench Fear at Crowder, NCAA Alters Ga. Penalties, Edward Waters Settlement
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