Niagara University Under Fire

Ben Nigro had been the head coach of the mens and womens swimming teams for 14 years at Niagara University. He had become a mainstay at the University. However, he is no longer with the program after allegations that Nigro made sexual remarks toward female swimmers and encouraged gender-based harassment in his program. To make... Continue Reading →

NBA Agents Say No Thank You To The NCAA

The FBI's investigation into fraud, improper benefits and various other pay for recruit schemes rocked college basketball. It exposed a shady underground that the public largely didn't know existed, but that some insiders had known was there all along. In response, the NCAA formed the Rice Commission in order to, "gather information and expert opinions... Continue Reading →

Sister Jean is saving the NCAA from itself

The first Thursday night primetime game of the second week of the NCAA tournament on CBS featured eleventh-seeded Loyola University Chicago taking on seventh-seeded Nevada, while third-seeded Michigan and seventh-seeded Texas A&M were relegated to TBS. In a season marked by the "resolution" of academic fraud at UNC, Louisville's stripped national championship and the FBI... Continue Reading →

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