Ref Ted Valentine Turns Back on UNC Player Asking for a Call
"TV Teddy" struck again during a nationally televised game between the Tar Heels and Florida State.
Liam Daniel Pierce
FSU Strength Coach Suspended for DUI Arrest After Swigging Whisking in His Office…and TV Crew's Trailer
While filming a documentary, Showtime crews gave FSU's strength coach a bottle of whiskey. He drank it at the facility and then got a DUI.
FSU QB Michelle Roque Continues to Absolutely Slay at Flag Football
Those flags couldn't be safer in Fort Knox.
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The Jameis Winston Rape Lawsuit Has Some Damaging New Information
The lawsuit filed by Erica Kinsman, Jameis Winston's accuser, contains two new bits of information that could prove damaging to Winston in court.
Jameis Winston Accuser's Civil Suit Against FSU Alleges a Second Rape
A Title IX civil suit filed against FSU by Jameis Winston's accuser includes an allegation that Winston has committed at least two rapes.
What's Next for Jameis Winston?
With Jameis Winston's collegiate career all but over, the focus shifts to what lies next for both the most embattled and prized prospect in sports.
Jameis Winston Conduct Hearing Transcript Reveals Mass Confusion and Bizarre Decision-Making
After obtaining exclusive access to the Jameis Winston conduct hearing transcript, Jessica Luther uncovers a series of bizarre, confusing issues.
How Much Is a Degree Worth to College Athletes? Not Much
The NCAA insists that college athletes benefit from their degrees, but a mounting pile of evidence says otherwise.
Dumb Idea Replaces Dumb Idea: The NCAA Football Playoff
Why is the football playoff selection committee bothering with the contrived system of seven more top-25 rankings?
Xavier Rathan-Mayes Is Ready, Are You?
A lost year for college basketball prospect Xavier Rathan-Mayes is in the rearview mirror and he's ready to light it up for FSU this season.
Jameis Winston and the NCAA's Golden Cage of Privilege
Ever since becoming a college football demigod, Jameis Winston's off-the-field life has been defined by the privileges the NCAA can both grant and deny.
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The Insane Clown Posse Sued the FBI and Justice Department
This week, the Insane Clown Posse sued the FBI, new research showed great white sharks live as long as humans, and Colleen LaRose was convicted of conspiracy to murder Swedish artist Lars Vilks.