College

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It happens every year. The college football season nears its end. The talk of bowl games and national championships are in the air. However, for some teams, the talk permeates around the head coach. Will he or won't he? If he is, who will take his place? Usually the answer is obvious. Other times, not so much. That is part of the beauty of college football.

On Saturday

Peter Joseph Gloviczki considers the particulars of Saturday football and the college game.
The University of Kentucky has had nine freshmen selected in the first round of the NBA draft since 2010. While no rules are being broken, the current system does not enhance academics.
HBCU teams that made the NCAA men's basketball tournament have lower graduation rates than many teams from major conferences.

Notre Dame football breaks for Easter

The Fighting Irish football team took the week off to enjoy Easter. What top stories have come out of spring practice to date. Read on to find out.
Former Notre Dame head football coaches Dan Devine and Lou Holtz both won National Championships in their third year at the helm. Entering year three of the Brian Kelly regime, that's not going to happen. However, that's not to say Kelly isn't doing a good job.

NCAA raises academic standards again

For the 2012-13 school year, NCAA teams must graduate 50 percent of their players to be eligible for post-season play.

Sadness and anger at Penn State

It doesn't need to be retold here, but what's happening at Penn State is worse than anything that happens on any other college campus. The tragic thing about it is that it should have been stopped sooner.
It has been almost five decades since Texas Western College defeated the University of Kentucky. Is the game still as meaningful today as it was then? Here's why I think it stands the test of time.
The annual report "Keeping Score When it Counts" by Dr. Richard Lapchick shows that black male basketball players at Division I schools continue to lag behind their white teammates.
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