College Sports

Former agent's admission shines light on NCAA enforcement

October 14, 2010
Scott Olson
Indianapolis-based college sports body acknowledges that it needs the help of others, including former players, coaches and the National Football League, to reduce improprieties.
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Circle City Classic organizers look to boost 27-year-old event

October 1, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
A management shift and a renewed marketing effort that includes new attractions and increased advertising in key markets has Circle City Classic organizers optimistic about the annual event's future.
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Smart gets his first shot as NBA head coach

September 27, 2010
Bloomberg News
Hoosier basketball legend Keith Smart was appointed by the Golden State Warriors to replace Don Nelson, the head coach with the most victories in NBA history.
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Turner gets digital rights to NCAA championships

September 21, 2010
Associated Press
The deal includes management of NCAA.com, the primary web site for all 88 NCAA tournaments and other services.
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Incoming NCAA chief already making major changes

September 18, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
Mark Emmert, who takes over the NCAA next month, already has removed three high-level executives, met with NBA Commissioner David Stern about changing basketball eligibility rules, and sent signals he will take a hard line against cheating.
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LEADING QUESTIONS: Butler's Fong talks sports, Stevens

September 16, 2010
Mason King
LQ_Fong_WatchVideo3The university president likens his role to that of a major-league manager, but retaining talent like Brad Stevens is just the start.
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Big Ten Network going great guns

September 13, 2010
Associated Press
In three years, the Big Ten Network has become a model for—and some might say the envy of —big-time college sports around the country. It's forecasting $272.9 million in revenue and a 36-percent profit in 2012.
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Dakich finds growing popularity as broadcasterRestricted Content

September 4, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
Former IU basketball player and coach Dan Dakich is one of the hottest sports broadcasters in the Midwest, and he’s about to take his act national.
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IU football gains ground as sports program nears financial crossroads

September 4, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
Under Athletic Director Fred Glass, attendance and optimism are on the rise at Indiana University. Soon, he'll have to decide whether spending millions more on Indiana football is worth the risk.
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UPDATE: Michigan, Ohio State in separate Big Ten divisions

September 1, 2010
Associated Press
Neither division has been named, but they break down like this: Michigan, Nebraska, Iowa, Michigan State, Minnesota and Northwestern in one; Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Illinois, Purdue and Indiana in the other.
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Gator Bowl signs contract with Indianapolis software firm

August 28, 2010
 IBJ Staff
Locally based TRS provides customizable online registration to event managers across North America.
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New NCAA boss wants to change NBA draft rules

August 19, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
After overhauling the NCAA's executive staff, Mark Emmert sets his sights on talks with National Basketball Association officials about adopting a pro-eligibility policy that would keep players in school through their junior years.
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Big Ten seeking $20 million in TV money for football title game

August 17, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
Big Ten officials want nearly twice as much money as the Southeastern Conference is getting from CBS for its championship football game.
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Butler basketball hires play-by-play announcer

August 7, 2010
 IBJ Staff
Brandon Gaudin will be the new radio voice of Butler University men’s basketball.
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NCAA must face ticket lottery lawsuit, court rules

July 16, 2010
Bloomberg News
The National Collegiate Athletic Association must face a lawsuit by consumers claiming the organization unlawfully profits from a ticket lottery.
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New March Madness plan includes four first-round games

July 12, 2010
Associated Press
Two of the so-called "First Four" games will match the lowest seeds, between 65 and 68. The other two games will include the last four at-large qualifiers.
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BENNER: Conference commissioners' math skills need workRestricted Content

June 19, 2010
Bill Benner
As of this writing, the Big Ten has 12 teams, the Big 12 has 10 teams and the Pac-10 has 11 teams.
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Big Ten considering name change

June 16, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
With the addition of the University of Nebraska, the Big Ten logo is likely to change. Conference officials are seriously considering a new name for the conference.
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BENNER: John Wooden would have been proud of these kidsRestricted Content

June 12, 2010
Bill Benner
There is little I can add to the deserved tributes ... except to place a couple of recent events in a Wooden-like perspective.
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College athletic conference chaos set to erupt

June 11, 2010
Associated Press
Nebraska may be heading to the Big Ten, Colorado is leaving the Big 12, and a host of other college athletic moves could be on tap.
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Benner leaving convention group for Horizon League

June 8, 2010
 IBJ Staff
Well-known local sports columnist Bill Benner is leaving his job at the Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association to become senior associate commissioner for external affairs for the Horizon League.
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Local firm helps produce College World Series film

June 5, 2010
 IBJ Staff
The one-hour documentary by the NCAA and Creative Street Entertainment tells the story of the history of baseball’s College World Series.
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Hoosier basketball legend John Wooden dies at 99

June 4, 2010
Associated Press
Wooden led Martinsville High School to the Indiana state basketball championship in 1927, became an All-American player at Purdue University and went on to win 10 national titles as coach of UCLA.
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Butler basketball coach Stevens signs with IMG

June 4, 2010
New York-based management powerhouse will provide representation for opportunities ranging from a potential book deal to speaking engagements.
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BENNER: From Boehm to Hayward to a New York Super BowlRestricted Content

May 29, 2010
Bill Benner
Retiring Indiana Supreme Court judge Ted Boehm played a leading role in the city's emergence as an amateur sports capital.
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