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College Football

12 Things You Should Know About Ken Starr’s Baylor Rape Scandal

The righteous moralist who spearheaded the impeachment of Bill Clinton has ignored sexual assaults on his own campus.

June 5, 2016

College Bowl Games Become Corporate Money Games

Who cares about college athletes when there’s money to be made?

January 7, 2015

Weekend Reader: ‘Strong Inside: Perry Wallace And The Collision Of Race And Sports In The South’

An in-depth personal history of when Southern schools began to integrate.

December 27, 2014

Freshmen Make Former USC Stars Take Notice With Their Play In Opener

By Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — Their stellar USC careers spanned different eras during the last two decades. Receiver Keyshawn Johnson dominated games in the mid-1990s. Quarterback Matt Leinart won a Heisman Trophy in the mid-2000s. And receiver Robert Woods played the last of three record-setting seasons in 2012. The former All-Americans […]

September 5, 2014

Since When Is College Football Not A Business?

Feb. 14 (Bloomberg) — So the National Labor Relations Board hearings on the Northwestern University football team’s proposal to form a union have just gotten under way, and we already have our first howler. Here it is, from the mouth of Northwestern’s vice president for university relations, Alan K. Cubbage: “We do not regard, and […]

February 14, 2014