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Eve Edelheit | TimesKickin' Back with Bucs safety Keith Tandy
Second-year pro Keith Tandy will step up Sunday as the Bucs' starting safety, filling in for Dashon Goldson, who is serving a one-game suspension.
The NCAA isn't done with EA yet, at least not legally
Following a settlement between Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Company, and the current and former student athletes suing them , the NCAA has now filed a suit of its own against EA and the CLC.
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The head of the Administrative Office of the Courts said Friday he...
The head of the Administrative Office of the Courts said Friday he would push for legislators to fund family court judgeships in Daviess County and other counties during the upcoming 2014 General Assembly session.
Anatomy of a Meltdown: How West Virginia Started 5-0 Last Year and Is 4-8 Since
The last game West Virginia played before joining the Big 12 was an offensive deluge that set the record for most points in a bowl game.
NCAA Stands Alone; Video Gamers Mourna for now.
On Thursday, both EA Sports and the Collegiate Licensing Company announced settlements in cases involving more than a hundred thousand current and former student athletes whose names and likenesses have been used without permission or compensation.