Eastern Michigan Has a Player Named Lion King on Roster (Photo)

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This guy might have the best name in not just college football, but perhaps in all of sports. Yes, there is a guy on the Eastern Michigan football team named Lion King. He’s a 6-foot-4, 205-pound freshman defensive end, and his name is absolutely amazing and boss-like. I’m hoping he becomes a star. (via Next […]

Key Pirate Voyages: Hampton’s 5 Most Crucial Games in 2014

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It’s been two seasons since the Hampton Pirates finished their season with a winning record. After going 3-7 in 2012, coach Donovan Rose was given a chance to right the Pirates’ ship. While his team showed improvement, three losses by exactly three points earned the Pirates a 4-8 record. This lack of success resulted in […]

NCAA Board Adopts Policy Giving 5 Power Conferences More Power

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The NCAA Division I Board of Directors on Thursday voted to put in place a measure that will change how schools and conferences will be able to govern themselves in the future, according to WKYT. In a move that’s not shocking to anyone involved, the new governing structure within the organization will allow the Power […]

Rashad McCants Says He’s Getting $310 Million From UNC, NCAA

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The Rashad McCants saga gets better by the day. The former North Carolina Tar Heels guard was a guest on Mary Parker’s SiriusXM radio show along with former UNC learning specialist Mary Willingham. McCants stated that he and Roy Williams had no relationship and that neither the school nor the NCAA had reached out to him […]

NCAA Reopens Investigation of Academic Misconduct at UNC

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Just weeks after former North Carolina Tar Heels guard Rashad McCants told ESPN’s Outside the Lines that he took several phony classes in order to remain eligible, the NCAA announced on Monday they are reopening their investigation of the university. Here’s their full statement: “The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, was cited by the […]

Bayou Classic Discussed Replacing Grambling State

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The Grambling State Tigers football program we knew is no more, and could be on its last legs according to reports. WWLTV is reporting that managers of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome have discussed the possibility of replacing Grambling State as the annual opponent for Southern in the Bayou Classic. Poor attendance by Grambling State fans in […]

NCAA Reaches $20 Million Settlement In EA Sports Video Game Lawsuit


NCAA.org is reporting that the NCAA has reached a settlement in the EA video game lawsuit and has agreed to pay $20 million to certain athletes. It ends the Keller litigation and provides a monetary settlement to a select group of video game plaintiffs. The settlement will award $20 million to various Division I men’s […]