Friday Sports Briefs

NCAA Reforms Discussed

Christian Dennie of the College Sports Law Blog has posted an excellent summary of the issues discussed at the recent NCAA Convention held in Indianapolis, covering items such as multiyear scholarships, the $2,000 stipend and the “Cam Newton Loophole.”

Kansas, Weis and another Transfer Dispute

In the wake of the Todd O’Brien case, another transfer issue has arisen, this time at Kansas under new coach Charlie Weis.  Apparently, Kansas has refused quarterback Brock Berglund permission to contact other schools.  Berglund has hired an attorney and is appealing the decision.  Matt Tait from KUSports.com has the story.

Yale Breaks Trinity Squash’s Winning Streak

The longest winning streak in the history of intercollegiate varsity athletics came to and end on Wednesday when the Yale squash team defeated Trinity.  Trinity coach Paul Assaiante had led his team to 252 consecutive victories stretching over nearly 14 years.   Jeff Jacobs of the Hartford Courant has the story.

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