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The commissioner of Conference USA sees his league at a "pivot point" with a bright future at a time when he says intercollegiate athletics are transitioning from conference realignment to system realignment.
While the five power conferences are seemingly close to getting the autonomy to make their own bylaws, Britton Banowsky says that won't prevent leagues like 14-member Conference USA from fielding competitive teams, engaging the fan base and having great programs.
Banowsky said Wednesday at C-USA's football media day that the five higher-resource leagues — the SEC, Big 12, Pac- 12, ACC and Big Ten — have a lot of history with the other five NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision leagues.
Former Skins tight end Fred Davis had a horrible February , but his year seems to be getting worse. A woman filed a complaint saying that on June 2, Davis harassed her while she was out with a friend at a diner. D. C. police now have a warrant out for him.
Former University of Arkansas standout Stacy Lewis is in the top spot in the Rolex Rankings and holds the top spot in the women's Olympic Golf Rankings released this week.
The Olympic rankings will dovetail off the Rolex Rankings, with a qualifying period beginning last week and running through July 11, 2016— when the 60 spots on the women's side will be finalized.
The top 15 women in the standings will automatically earn spots at the 2016 Olympics — with the caveat that each country has no more than four representatives among the top 15.