The NCAA has been investigating potential infractions in the Ole Miss athletic department for a long time. It’s been a year since the NCAA first formally notified the school of a series of sometimes-zesty, sometimes-not allegations, for actions dating as far back as 2012. Ole Miss doesn’t yet know exactly what sanctioning, if any, it’ll face. Enter a former Ole Miss football player who happens to be a legislator in the Mississippi House of Representatives. And he’s got just the solution. Republican State Rep. Trey Lamar introduced a bill this week that would force the NCAA to close investigations and render judgments within nine months of a school’s response to a notice of allegations, termed
Jordan Woodard hit three massive shots charging towards the basket late in the Sooners’ upset of West Virginia. Through the first two weeks of Big 12 play, there didn’t appear to be too many easier games than a home date with Oklahoma. The Sooners started 0-4 in the league, were under .500 overall, and had lost seven in a row over a 32-day span.
Marc Loving was so open when he caught C.J. Jackson's inbounds pass, there was only one thing for him to do. Loving had moved freely into the lane after the man guarding him, Tai Webster, switched off him and Glynn Watson Jr., who was coming to defend, fell down. ''The basketball gods kind of looked out for us because the guy just fell and left Marc wide open,'' Jae'Sean Tate said.