NBA commissioner Adam Silver will allow the All-Star Game to return to Charlotte. (AP) After stripping Charlotte of the 2017 All-Star Game over concerns about North Carolina’s HB2 law, which broadly discriminated against the LGBT community, the NBA announced
Virginia Tech officially bolstered its receiving corps Monday, although they won’t see an offensive dividend this season. A little over a month ago, Ball State’s Damon Hazelton took to Twitter to reveal that he would be transferring to Tech. In a press release, the Hokies announced that the wide receiver began summer classes yesterday and will continue his collegiate playing career with the football team. That continuation won’t happen on the field in 2017, though, as NCAA transfer rules will force Hazelton to sit out this season. He will then have three years to use three seasons of eligibility beginning in 2018. The 6-2, 207-pound receiver will, however, be permitted to practice with the team
The state Auditor's Office is reviewing the spending of public money by the University of New Mexico's athletic department on a 2015 golf trip to Scotland that included the athletic director, other employees and boosters, the agency confirmed Wednesday. Athletic director Paul Krebs is drawing criticism as more details about the international junket emerge following a series of public records requests filed by journalists, some of which netted documents with large swaths of information that had been blacked out. Krebs has said the $65,000 trip was meant to strengthen relationships with donors, but critics argue that it should have been paid for by the university's independent fundraising arm, not with athletic department money.