The NCAA chief of rules enforcement who was fired as a result of errors made in the investigation of Miami broke her silence, taking responsibility while also hinting at the pressure to make major infractions cases stick under Mark Emmert.
In a surprising move, lawyers representing former college football and men's basketball players told a federal court that they now seek to change the way current athletes are compensated for the use of their images.
Two former AAU basketball players who went public with their allegations of sexual molestation against former AAU chief Robert "Bobby" Dodd last month say they will not file a formal criminal complaint with Memphis police.
Joe Paterno could face civil lawsuits as a result of the Penn State sexual abuse scandal, and if that happens, one attorney said his legal representatives may try to work around what he considers a flaw in Pennsylvania state law.
An investigation by the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles of two Columbus-area automobile dealerships found that no state laws were broken in the recording or pricing of some of the used car deals given to Ohio State football players and family members.