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The University of Richmond has suspended five of its baseball players for potential NCAA student-athlete eligibility rule violations for what appears to be participation in fantasy sports.
Former FIFA No. 2 Jerome Valcke submitted an appeal of his 10-year ban from soccer to the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Tuesday, nearly three months after former FIFA boss Joseph “Sepp” Blatter lost his appeal of his six-year ban from the sport.
A trio of former Penn State University administrators will not be able to appeal child endangerment charges they’re facing stemming from the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal before going to trial later this month.
Former NFL player Will D. Allen and a former banker were sentenced to six years in prison Wednesday for running a Ponzi scheme that targeted investors with bogus or oversubscribed loans to professional athletes.
The Big Ten on Tuesday went hard in the paint against an online self-empowerment community that urges members to be “fearless, bolder & more badass,” launching a suit in federal court that accuses B10xB of infringing the trademarks of the intercollegiate athletic conference.