Beasley Admits NCAA Sins, Implicates Huggins

Eric Prisbell and Steve Yanda of the WASHINGTON POST report that as part of a current Maryland Circuit Court case, Michael Beasley recently revealed stunning details about his recruitment to Kansas State and one year-stay at the school.

(PDF: See Pages 7-8)
In a counterclaim filed late last month by attorney Mark A. Smith on behalf […]


Leach Sticking To Guns As Schools Ponder Offer

This week I’ve confirmed that at least one school in the ACC, SEC, and PAC-12 has legitimate interest in hiring Mike Leach as its football coach. Remarkable news considering Leach was quite literally blacklisted by schools with job openings last season because of the coach’s wrongful termination lawsuit against Texas Tech.

(Schools now warming to Leach […]


NCAA Hiding UNC Secrets From Law Enforcement

In a move that may speed up a formal Federal Government inquiry into the anti-trust exemption enjoyed by numerous, prominent college football schools, today the State of North Carolina sought an order from a Wake County (NC) Superior Court judge to force the NCAA to turn over unreleased evidence that it used in the investigation […]


Auburn Athletic Dept: Federal Court Racism Claim

The 2010 opening of the new Auburn basketball arena was a triumph for the school’s athletic department.

But Auburn Athletic Department staff layoffs during the transition from the Beard-Eaves Coliseum to the new facility has precipitated an ugly dispute now scheduled to play out in Federal Court.
Of the 11 employees who lost their Auburn Athletic Department […]


Tx Tech Rep: SbB’s Use Of School Logo Is Illegal

In 10 1/2 years of operating SbB, I’ve never been sued or been faced with any serious legal action. None.

(Texas Tech rep IMG fired legal guns 72 hours after SbB’s BCG revelations)
Over the years I’ve reported on Texas Tech quite a bit - especially as it pertains to Mike Leach, and more recently, Tommy […]


Did Franchione Lure Gillispie Into Donnan Ponzi?

Last month a West Virginia-based company, Global Liquidation Center Ltd. (GLC), accused former Georgia football coach Jim Donnan of running a Ponzi scheme that it claimed eventually bankrupted the company.

In a civil action filed in a federal bankruptcy court last month in Athens, Georgia, GLC alleged Donnan had committed fiduciary fraud, embezzlement and larceny in […]


2011 Auburn Cost To Keep NCAA Jail Away: $401K

Thanks to breaking news reported Wednesday by Clay Travis on his new website we learned why the NCAA investigation into the Auburn football program, as Travis put it today, “has now stretched into its tenth month.”

(Aubs: $170K Over 7-Day Period To Keep NCAA Jail Away From The Plains)
Travis reported that the latest round […]


Body Paint Photo Of Cheerleader Fired By Colts

Last Thursday former Indianapolis Colts cheerleader Malori Wampler filed a lawsuit against the team contesting her November 15, 2010, termination by club.

(Click-through photo is not-safe-for-work. Obviously.)
Wampler was fired after a Colts fan forwarded the club photos of her wearing only body paint at a 2010 Playboy Magazine promotional event.
According to the lawsuit, before Wampler […]


Docs: Notre Dame Edited Declan Sullivan Videos

In the wake of the tragic death of Notre Dame football videographer Declan Sullivan, there’s been much scrutiny of the school’s dubious handling of the affair.

(60 MPH winds a “beautiful day” according to ND football coach)
Responses from Notre Dame personnel to Indiana OSHA investigators about the accident, including from Brian Kelly, were rife with […]


Do Recruits Have Legal Recourse Against OSU?

Questions continue to abound about Ohio State’s account of the details of its investigation into NCAA violations committed by head football coach Jim Tressel and past and present Ohio State football players.

(OSU reported Tressel major NCAA violation the day after signing day)
In its March 8 report on Tressel’s NCAA violations, the school reported that it […]