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FURFARI COLUMN: Can summit of big wigs really solve college athletics issues?
I see where the Big 12 Conference is going to host in New York City what will be entitled “A State of College Athletics Forum.”
HERTZEL COLUMN: Big 12 slogan meant to show that conference is better off
As the Big 12 embarks on a new season, college football embarks upon a new era of its own, an era during which the national champion will be decided by a playoff.
Bowlsby paints ugly picture for future of college sports
Memo to soccer moms — and gymnastic moms and wrestling dads and track and tennis parents — across America:
Start saving to send your kids to college now, because it looks like by the time they get there many of those will no longer be scholarship sports.
- HERTZEL COLUMN: The road to a championship starts now for Mountaineers
No comment or action from Holgorsen on Smallwood
West Virginia football coach Dana Holgorsen says he will not comment or take action at this time on the arrest of running back Wendell Smallwood.
‘Be A Mountaineer’ series seeking fan help
As part of West Virginia University’s athletic department’s “Be A Mountaineer” video series, they are seeking fan participation with videos describing what it means to the fan to be a Mountaineer.
HERTZEL COLUMN: Handling fame as a young player can be difficult
There was much rejoicing this week in the wake of the announcement that one-time child prodigy quarterback David Sills had committed to play his football at West Virginia, for the Mountaineers have been in search of an engine to power coach Dana Holgorsen’s high speed offense.
Phone conversations link Smallwood to alleged crime
A recording of prison phone conversations between a Delaware inmate and West Virginia University running back Wendell Smallwood have linked the Mountaineer sophomore to a scheme to intimidate a witness in a murder case, according to court documents.
FURFARI COLUMN: College athletes facing serious growing issues today
Anyone who doesn’t believe the nation’s intercollegiate athletics aren’t out of control should really give this serious matter more consideration.
HERTZEL COLUMN: Saban offers alternate way of handling player issues
In many ways, until the stunning news that West Virginia running back Wendell Smallwood had been arrested and extradited to Delaware to face Class G felony charges of witness intimidation in a murder investigation, the Mountaineers had been going through a relatively clean period in disciplinary matters.
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