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Pac-12 football: NCAA grants blind snapper chance to play for USC

Pac-12 football: NCAA grants blind snapper chance to play for USC

When college football coaches use negative recruiting and why

When coaches use negative recruiting and why

When college football coaches use negative recruiting and why

1. Going to all your kids’ games. Or at least most of them, if you can.  2. Telling your children you are proud of them, whether they win or lose. Do this before they even play, after they play and as often as possible when it has nothing to do with sports.  3. Saying yes to playing with them. Even when you’re tired or have other “important” things to do, you will always be glad you took...

1. Going to all your kids’ games. Or at least most of them, if you can. 2. Telling your children you are proud of them, whether they win or lose. Do this before they even play, after they play and as often as possible when it has nothing to do with sports. 3. Saying yes to playing with them. Even when you’re tired or have other “important” things to do, you will always be glad you took...

With scholarship limit, college baseball careers come with a cost

With scholarship limit, college baseball careers come with a cost

Coaches are rarely -- if ever -- punished by the NCAA for abusive behavior, because there are no NCAA rules devoted to verbal and physical abuse of players.

Coaches are rarely -- if ever -- punished by the NCAA for abusive behavior, because there are no NCAA rules devoted to verbal and physical abuse of players.

Recruiting high school coaches instead of high school players

Recruiting high school coaches instead of high school players

At Rutgers and elsewhere, football coaches who value relationships are investing heavily.

2014 Cocalico graduate Mitchell Shober opens up about his tough decision to back out of a commitment to play Division II football.

2014 Cocalico graduate Mitchell Shober opens up about his tough decision to back out of a commitment to play Division II football.

Drew Sharp: College football reeks of hypocrisy with coach salaries

Drew Sharp: College football reeks of hypocrisy with coach salaries

Or rather, the price of doing 'nonprofit business.

Two months after the University of Louisiana at Lafayette offered West Brook's Alfred Beverly a scholarship, the school rescinded its offer leaving the footballer high and dry.   Photo taken Thursday, February 11, 2016  Guiseppe Barranco/The Enterprise Photo: Guiseppe Barranco, Photo Editor

High school athletes get schooled in hard truth of recruiting

Two months after the University of Louisiana at Lafayette offered West Brook's Alfred Beverly a scholarship, the school rescinded its offer leaving the footballer high and dry. Photo taken Thursday, February 11, 2016 Guiseppe Barranco/The Enterprise Photo: Guiseppe Barranco, Photo Editor

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