Notes on the Weekend from The Lead Sports:Quick hits on the NCAA, FBI, Sean Miller, Mark Emmert, College Hoops and more

*****Some Quick Notes and Quick hitters from over the weekend with the FBI/NCAA probe into College Basketball at the top of the list at The Lead Sports/www.theleadsports.com…..***** MILLER TIME A bombshell ESPN report over the weekend claims that FBI wiretaps include audio of Arizona coach Sean Miller discussing how to funnel star center Deandre Ayton… Continue reading Notes on the Weekend from The Lead Sports:Quick hits on the NCAA, FBI, Sean Miller, Mark Emmert, College Hoops and more

Gresh Named Assistant Director of Communications for Elon Athletics

ELON, N.C. – The Elon University Athletic Communications Office announced the hiring of Josh Gresh as assistant director of communications on Monday, Aug. 17. Gresh will serve as the primary communications contact for Phoenix men’s basketball, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s golf and men’s and women’s tennis. Prior to coming to Elon, Gresh spent a… Continue reading Gresh Named Assistant Director of Communications for Elon Athletics

Midday Madness to Showcase GTCC Athletes on October 29

MIDDAY MADNESS TO SHOWCASE GTCC ATHLETES JAMESTOWN – Meet athletes from Guilford Technical Community College during the college’s inaugural Midday Madness event 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29 at the Ragsdale YMCA, 900 Bonner Drive, Jamestown. Hosted by Manard “Busta” Brown of WXII 12, Midnight Madness will consist of a skills challenge, three-point challenge and… Continue reading Midday Madness to Showcase GTCC Athletes on October 29

The University of North Carolina chooses to suspend Mary Willingham

UNC trying to bury Mary??? from www.wralsportsfan.com: Chapel Hill, N.C. — Mary Willingham – the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill adviser who claims the UNC system is failing to help student-athletes receive an education – says the university has suspended her research privileges. Willingham works in the UNC Center for Student Success and… Continue reading The University of North Carolina chooses to suspend Mary Willingham

NSL(National Super League) formation not surprising:When college athletics gets too BIG!

Sent to us with permission to print, by Dr. James Burns, professor emeritus at the University of Florida and for those of you reading, who can answer the question by the little kid at the end of the article?…. The announcement about the formation of the NSL, the National Super League for college football, was… Continue reading NSL(National Super League) formation not surprising:When college athletics gets too BIG!

Athletes should receive college credits for the sports they play

Why not just give the college athlete class credits for the sports that they are participating in….Look at all the time they spend on their sport…Every sport takes hours of time over several months….There is much learning/educating involved in studying and learning the plays and watching all the video to learn what the opposing teams… Continue reading Athletes should receive college credits for the sports they play

More on The UNC Academic Scandal from CBSSports.com

New today from Gregg Doyel on the Academic Scanal at UNC-Chapel Hill, at www.cbssports.com: Where was North Carolina’s leadership in all of this? Where was the UNC president, the athletics director, the coaches for football and — yes — basketball? Where were they? In summary Doyel says: It’s time for the NCAA to start digging.… Continue reading More on The UNC Academic Scandal from CBSSports.com