Dan Wolken, USA TODAY

Dan Wolken

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Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past:
  • Naples Daily News
  • Enquirer
  • Lansing StateJournal
  • The Shreveport Times
  • ReporterNews
  • The Greenville News
  • 12 News
  • KING 5 News

Recent articles by Dan:

NCAA finding immunity useful in effort to crack difficult investigations

With limited tools at its disposal, NCAA enforcement has used immunity offers to crack several high-profile cases lately. Why enforcement director Jon Duncan believes in the tactic. → Read More

Big 12 withholding 25% of revenue from Baylor pending review of Title IX changes

The Big 12 board of directors announced it will withhold 25% of Baylor's revenue from the conference pending the results of an independent review into structural changes as a result of the sexual assault scandal. → Read More

Baylor fires assistant football coach arrested in prostitution sting

Baylor acknowledged it fired assistant strength and conditioning coach Brandon Washington on Monday. → Read More

Tom Brady is emphatic: 'There's no way' he retires now

Patriots QB makes it clear to Fox's Terry Bradshaw in now uncertain terms. → Read More

Being NFL MVP 'feels really good,' Falcons' Matt Ryan says

The Atlanta QB, of course, noted that team victories are what are really satisfying. → Read More

President Donald Trump picks Patriots to win Super Bowl LI

The 45th president cited his friendships with Robert Kraft and Tom Brady. → Read More

Falcons' Matt Ryan learned he was NFL's MVP a week ago

The Falcons QB kept it to himself, Fox's Erin Andrews said. → Read More

Georgia's strong recruiting raises expectations, adds pressure for Kirby Smart

The Bulldogs pulled in a top-five class. Now they have to win on the field. → Read More

NCAA appeals committee upholds penalties against Donnie Tyndall

Tyndall is currently coaching as an assistant in the NBA D League. → Read More

Surprising rise for Josh Pastner, Georgia Tech

The Yellow Jackets, coming off two high-profile wins, are making a case for March Madness. → Read More

Arizona State hires Alabama receivers coach Billy Napier as offensive coordinator

He will replace Chip Lindsey, who left Arizona State for Auburn after one season. → Read More

NCAA passes 'Harbaugh rule' banning spring break practice trips

Though it won’t officially be called the “Jim Harbaugh Rule,” the NCAA’s five power conferences passed a measure Friday ending trips like the Michigan's football team took last spring at IMG Academy in Florida. → Read More

Head of NCAA enforcement sensitive to concerns that cases take too long

Jon Duncan says his staff resolves many cases quickly, but many are complex → Read More

Seahawks DE Michael Bennett goes on profanity-laced tirade against reporter

Bennett didn't much care for a reporters question after the Seahawks' 36-20 loss. → Read More

Mario Cristobal leaving Alabama to become Oregon offensive coordinator

Alabama offensive line coach Mario Cristobal is expected to be named Willie Taggart's offensive coordinator at Oregon. Cristobal spent six seasons as coach of Florida International before landing at Alabama. → Read More

Clemson leans on Hunter Renfrow when it counts, prevails in thrilling finish

The walk-on receiver caught the game-winner against a tiring defense to answer an Alabama TD. → Read More

Deshaun Watson, Jalen Hurts see 'dual-threat QB' in different light

Watson bristles at the label, Hurts embraces it; both are dangerous with the run and pass. → Read More

Even as stars move on, talent keeps coming through Clemson's pipeline

The Tigers defense has had to start almost from scratch two years in a row. → Read More

Is Alabama's dominance good for college football?

How much is too much for a sport that loves dynasties, but also loves seeing them fall? → Read More

Clemson shores up special teams after 2 key plays turned tide a year ago

Dabo Swinney called for an offseason overhaul, and players now embrace dirty work. → Read More