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Published Dec. 23, 2014
Marquette University named Bill Scholl its new athletic director on Sept. 9 but he began his new duties in late October, just before basketball season began. Now that he's settling in, OnMilwaukee.com caught up with Scholl in his office at the Al McGuire Center to talk about his move to Milwaukee, working within a basketball-driven athletic department for the first time, the concerns with the unionization of college athletes and where Marquette stands in the new arena debate.
Published Aug. 12, 2014
A federal court ruling last week shook to the core the belief that amateurism is the key spoke in college athletics. This is, of course, in response to the decades of colleges and universities making billions of dollars on the backs of their athletes. Think of wealthy landowners and their serfs. The serfs have risen up and have found an agreeable court waiting for their arguments.
Published April 18, 2014
The producers at "CBS Sports Spectacular" are allowing University of Wisconsin fans relive the men's basketball team's run to the Final Four of the championship tournament.The "Moments of NCAA March Madness: Final Four" will air Saturday at 1 p.m. on WDJT-TV CBS 58.
Published April 7, 2014
Turner Sports' and CBS Sports' presentation of the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Semifinals on TBS, TNT and truTV, created history with the two most-watched college basketball telecasts in cable television history.
Published April 2, 2014
Michele McKnight, the evening host on WXSS-FM 103.7 Kiss FM, signed off in Milwaukee for the last time on Monday night.
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Last week I wrote an article for the UWM Post, which was published in this week's issue and was released today(I'll leave a link at the bottom of this post.)In it, I looked at the money that conferences recieve as a result of their tournament success and it gave me a new spin on both the college ...
While watching last night's NCAA title game (and admittedly switching back to USA to see if The Rock was back yet), I couldn't help but feel disappointment from the outset. There were a lot of things to be disappointed about by the end of the game. Butler shooting 18% from the field, ...
John Madden once said “the only yardstick for success our society has is being a champion. No one remembers anything else.” Measuring the Longhorn football team against the Longhorn basketball team would be an unfair comparison. Yet if John Madden is right, it’s no wonder ...
For an arrogant, brash, full-of-himself coach, Lane Kiffin didn’t have much to say to the Volunteer faithful that have been so quick to defend him. In a season where the orange on their uniforms shined brighter than their play, Tennessee is once again without a coach.Tennessee’s...
In the latest move to provide sport junkies all that they can handle ESPN has decided to start the ESPN Court station. “Our research has told us that the world of sports is no longer being decided on the playing fields or courts, but rather through lawsuits, NCAA sanctions, allegation...
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