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SEC generates NCAA-record $455M revenue
The powerful Southeastern Conference is now the NCAA's richest league.
SEC commish Slive resigns 2 months early
Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive is handing over the reins to Greg Sankey sooner than expected.
Big 12 makes conference-record $252M
Big 12 schools will split up a record $252 million in revenue, the ninth year in a row of increases.
Stanford, SJSU Super Bowl practice sites
The two Super Bowl teams will practice for next year's game in the Bay Area on the campuses of Stanford and San Jose State.
SEC adopts misconduct rule for transfers
The Southeastern Conference has adopted a rule prohibiting its schools from enrolling student-athletes with ''serious misconduct'' issues at previous colleges.
Hardy going from Irish to Bowling Green
Former Notre Dame safety Eilar Hardy will play his one remaining year of college eligibility at Bowling Green.
Suspended ASU recruit pleads guilty
A suspended Arizona State football recruit accused of domestic violence has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
Rutgers drops player arrested for theft
Rutgers University in New Jersey has dismissed a football player from the team who was arrested on a robbery charge last weekend in Florida.
Indiana reconciles with 10 who boycotted
Indiana says it has reconciled with and welcomed back 10 football players who boycotted the last three games in 1969 because the coaching staff would not adequately address their concerns about unequal treatment on the basis of race.
Big 12 approves field-rushing sanctions
Big 12 Conference schools could now face fines, and even the loss of future home games, for failing to keep fans from storming courts or rushing fields after games.
Beckham, Miami talk stadium partnership
David Beckham and the University of Miami are discussing a possible partnership for a new stadium for both Major League Soccer and college football.