Docs Show 'U' Paid Search Firm $112K To Recruit Norwood TeagueThe University of Minnesota paid a search firm more than $112,000 in 2012 to find and help recruit Norwood Teague as athletic director. Teague resigned earlier this month after two women came forward with sexual harassment claims against him.
Talking Points: The Aftermath Of The Teague ScandalThe director of a center for sexual assault and harassment victims at the University of Minnesota says they have been getting more calls in the wake of the sexual assault scandal involving the university’s former athletic director.
Good Question: What Is Winning The NCAA Tourney Worth?While getting to the Final Four is a big deal, winning it is even bigger. But how much do schools directly benefit from winning the championship game?
What Do Recruits Want In New Gophers Coach?Sources in Virginia Commonwealth say they expect head men's basketball coach Shaka Smart to sign a contract extension with the school, spurning potential offers from the Gophers and UCLA.