Earlier this month, the NCAA’s legislation to allow schools to give out multiyear scholarships was upheld by razor-thin margins. With 330 institutions voting, 62.12 percent of schools voted in favor of an override of the legislation. Unfortunately for those voting in favor of an overturn, they needed 62.5 percent.
As we found out, that was a difference of just two votes; 37 did not participate.
Want to find out how your program voted?
The Chronicle of Higher Learning was able to obtain the electronic copy of how each of those 330 Division 1 schools voted. You can view that document HERE.
Among the more notable programs to oppose the legislation included Alabama, Florida State, Texas, USC and Wisconsin. Florida, Michigan and Ohio State supported the proposal.
TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona State has hired former Cal Poly head coach Beau Baldwin as its next offensive coordinator.
The school announced Baldwin’s hiring of new coach Kenny Dillingham‘s staff a week after he resigned at Cal Poly.
The 50-year-old Baldwin spent three seasons as the Mustangs’ head coach, going 4-21.
Baldwin previously served as California’s offensive coordinator for three years after a nine-year stint as Eastern Washington’s head coach. He went 85-32 at Eastern Washington and won the 2010 national championship with three trips to the FCS semifinals.
Baldwin also served as Central Washington’s head coach in 2007.
STANFORD, Calif. – Stanford quarterback Tanner McKee is leaving school to enter the NFL draft.
McKee announced his decision on Thursday after a disappointing junior season on an overmatched Stanford team.
McKee completed 62% of his passes for 2,947 yards, 13 touchdowns and eight interceptions this season as Stanford went 3-9 for a second straight year.
Stanford will undergoing an overhaul with coach David Shaw stepping down after 12 seasons and several players expected to transfer.