The U.S. announces 17 sanctions on Saudi officials. John Sullivan and Sara Whiteley have that story along with an update on the California wildfires.
On today’s Daily Update, SMU sends out an alert after an armed campus robbery, the NCAA responds to SMU’s appeal, and find out how what you do off-campus can affect you on-campus.
SMU’s appeal to the NCAA regarding its sanctions in men’s basketball and men’s golf has been denied, the NCAA announced Thursday. SMU appealed several sanctions from the NCAA’s Sept. 29, … Read More
Classes are winding down and 2015 is drawing to a close. The holidays and New Year (and course evaluations) bring about time to reflect on what has happened this year and to look forward to what the coming year holds.
The thought wouldn’t leave my head as I walked down the stairs of SMU’s Crum Basketball Center on Oct. 30: I’m not excited to ask the players or Larry Brown about the NCAA sanctions.
Ever notice how one hundred hours of doing good doesn’t make people perceive you as ethical, but one lapse of judgment can brand you as unethical for life?
Just weeks after the NCAA handed down sanctions to SMU for academic fraud and recruiting violations, the athletic department announced several new initiatives that are encompassed in the “Pony Promise.”
SMU men’s basketball players commented on the NCAA sanctions levied against the program for the first time on Tuesday in a statement issued to CBS Sports.
SMU senior and reigning U.S. Amateur and NCAA men’s golf champion Bryson DeChambeau is leaving the SMU men’s golf team following the severe NCAA sanctions announced two weeks ago.
SMU CW Sports Editor, Brian O’Donnell, gives his thoughts on the NCAA sanctions and how the NCAA has lost touch with its mission.