NCAA should suspend Baylor

John Suozzo, Staff Writer

March 12, 2017

Filed under Columns, March Madness, Sports

The NCAA should punish Baylor University’s football program by suspending the team for multiple seasons. Baylor’s football team has been under a prolonged investigation over Title IX violations, where numerous members of the t...

NCAA playoff schedule affects ratings negatively

John Suozzo

January 21, 2017

Filed under Columns, Sports

The NCAA needs to adjust their playoff schedule if they want to receive media coverage and television ratings comparable to those of the National Football League. The new College Football Playoff, used to determine the NCAA nati...

NCAA’s actions send a message

John Suozzo

September 25, 2016

Filed under Columns, Sports

Collegiate athletic championships will need to find a new home this season after the NCAA removed all championship games from North Carolina, in response to the HB2 “bathroom bill.” HB2 is a law mandating that al...

Textbook resale violates UVM student athlete policy

John Suozzo

January 28, 2016

Filed under Sports

Recently, student-athlete compliance with NCAA scholarship eligibility rules has affected a UVM athlete. On Dec. 16, the men’s basketball team’s junior guard Dre Wills was suspended for violating the student-athlete code o...

Web service, UVM clash over cash for NCAA athletes

April 7, 2015

Filed under Sports

A new website with a mission to fund NCAA athletes was asked by UVM athletics to stop funding their athletes.FanPay, which has raised about $1,300 since its launch, is designed so that fans can donate money to college athletes...

Board of trustees set for meeting

Hannah Kearns

February 3, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

The board of trustees will be holding a meeting Feb. 5-7 on the fourth floor of the Dudley. H Davis Center. “The board of trustees has full legal responsibility and authority for the University of Vermont, including entire ma...

Vt. board battles NCAA

February 3, 2015