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Rutgers' Flood awaits investigation, expects to coach opener (Yahoo Sports)
Rutgers coach Kyle Flood says he expects to be on the sideline leading his team in its season opener despite an investigation into whether he improperly communicated with a faculty member about the academic status of a player. Flood said Tuesday that his part in the investigation is complete after he spoke with university officials on Monday. Rutgers' office of ethics raised the issue about two weeks ago and initiated an investigation, university officials said last week.
Vandy not announcing starting QB until kickoff of opener (Yahoo Sports)
Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason knows whether Johnny McCrary or Wade Freebeck will start against Western Kentucky in the season opener. The coach just refuses to say which quarterback won the job. Get ready,'' Mason said Tuesday.
5th-year senior Stallworth to make first start for Stanford (Yahoo Sports)
The first time fifth-year senior Rollins Stallworth catches a pass this season, he'll double his career output. Stallworth gets the nod over returning redshirt junior receiver Michael Rector, who was suspended for a week by coach David Shaw for disciplinary reasons. ''He's finally getting the opportunity and is really taking advantage,'' said senior quarterback Kevin Hogan, who threw for 2,792 yards and 19 touchdowns a year ago.
Ex-Oklahoma State star Ty Hill enrolls at West Alabama (Yahoo Sports)
LIVINGSTON, Ala. (AP) -- Former Oklahoma State return man and running back Ty Hill has enrolled at West Alabama.
Facebook post costs newly hired Neb stadium announcer job (Yahoo Sports)
A months-old Facebook post has cost the Nebraska football stadium announcer his job one day after his hiring was announced. Jon Schuetz said Tuesday that a university official told him he was let go because of a Facebook post critical of the firing of football coach Bo Pelini last November. Schuetz said he has deleted the post and declined to comment on what it said.
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University police: Buffalo forward Moss accused of stealing (Yahoo Sports)
Forward Justin Moss was one of three Buffalo men's basketball players accused of stealing $650 out of a dorm room in June, some three months before the Mid-American Conference player of the year was dropped from the team. The allegation of theft was included in a University at Buffalo Police report obtained by the Associated Press following a request under the Freedom of Information Law. On Monday, the school announced that Moss was no longer a member of the team or enrolled in classes.
Crean questions leadership after latest legal problem (Yahoo Sports)
Indiana coach Tom Crean questioned his team's leadership and challenged his players to make better decisions on and off the court Thursday. In his first public comments since Indiana's most recent legal embarrassment, the frustrated coach apologized to fans for having another legal run-in play out in public and insisted his top priority between now and November's season opener will be getting the program righted. ''We've got to get a team, guys that understand that they play for Indiana and not at Indiana,'' Crean said.
ENMU to be on probation, vacate wins over NCAA violations (Yahoo Sports)
PORTALES, N.M. (AP) -- Eastern New Mexico will be on probation for four years and forfeit five seasons' worth of victories by nearly all of its sports programs because of eligibility violations.
Middle Tennessee adds Jacorey Williams, Aldonis Foote (Yahoo Sports)
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) -- Middle Tennessee has added former Arkansas forward Jacorey Williams and Trinity Valley Community College transfer Aldonis Foote to the program.