BOSTON (AP) — Like their counterparts in the pros, more college football stars are starting to snatch up trademark rights to their names, nicknames and fan slogans.
The NCAA generally forbids its players from cashing in on their athletic success, but by gaining legal ownership of phrases tied to their personal brands, playe ... (full story)
FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (AP) — Only people interested in fly fishing would encourage others to tie one on at 9 in the morning.
There wasn't any alcohol involved, just golden hooks decorated with various colors of threads and feathers.
Volunteers with the Friends of the Rappahannock and the Falmouth Flats Fly Fishers_say that ... (full story)
Take away game tickets for missing class. Hold back a bowl gift for being late. Maybe even dock a player his $15 per diem for skipping study hall.
For years, college football coaches have been coming up with creative ways within NCAA rules to punish players for relatively minor missteps — sometimes hitting them in the walle ... (full story)
As the summer comes to a close, the Youngstown Phantoms are preparing for their season home opener on Sept. 26 at the Covelli Centre against Team USA’s Under-18 squad.
Since August 31, players have been working on their game with new head coach John Wroblewski.
Wroblewski replaced former head coach Anthony Noreen, who to ... (full story)
GROVE CITY, Ohio (AP) — As the most successful horseman in Ohio harness racing, Scioto Downs-based trainer Virgil Morgan Jr. has license to spend his mornings lollygagging in his loungewear and his evenings hobnobbing in the clubhouse.
Morgan, 49, is the first North American harness trainer to reach 5,000 victories since re ... (full story)