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  • American Athletic Conference strives to stick with Power Five

    American Athletic Conference strives to stick with Power Five
    It's sad to see the NCAA, which is led by a duplicitous president in Mark Emmert, knuckle under to the demands of the Power Five. Scared by the threat of the Power Five breaking away (and taking all the television revenue with them), the NCAA caved and came off looking like an organization with no backbone.
  • VHSL's latest realignment proposal well-intended but flawed

    VHSL's latest realignment proposal well-intended but flawed
    My inbox overfloweth, courtesy of college sports' annual July 1 conference realignment celebrations. Louisville to the ACC; Elon to the Colonial Athletic Association; Davidson to the Atlantic 10; East Carolina, Tulane and Tulsa to the American Athletic;...

    Strides aside, Jones wants more from young ODU team

    Strides aside, Jones wants more from young ODU team
    NORFOLK — The Constant Center was nearly vacant late Thursday as Old Dominion coach Jeff Jones leaned back in a chair and took one more exasperated look at the evening's box score. "From where we started," he said, "we've taken big strides. But we...

    Conference USA or CAA? Either option could prove perilous for ODU

    Conference USA or CAA? Either option could prove perilous for ODU
    Old Dominion, through no fault of its own, is in a jam, and don't let anyone con you otherwise. The Monarchs can remain in a conference many believe is on life-support, or join a league of scattered wannabes that requires a premature upgrade to the...

    ODU athletic director knows first-hand the challenges of upgrading to Bowl Subdivision football

    ODU athletic director knows first-hand the challenges of upgrading to Bowl Subdivision football
    Wood Selig has been here before and vows not to repeat his mistakes. Here is shepherding a football program from AAA to the big leagues. Mistakes include crippling schedules and high-volume redshirting. Selig is Old Dominion's athletic director. He is...