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The Scoop - Friday August 17, 2018

Friday August 17, 2018

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Maryland: Maryland's board of regents voted Friday to take control into the two in-house investigations into the football program. (A Baltimore law firm is conducting its own investigation on behalf of Jordan McNair's family.) The board will manage the probes and take custody of the findings, and the office of Maryland's attorney general represent the school in all legal claims. "Our goal is to ensure that all system universities, including UMCP, are actively working to protect the health and safety of every student and to foster a supportive culture in which everyone can flourish," university system regents chair James Brady said in a statement.

Top ranked high school team in Georgia staged a walkout to protest practice conditions

Ohio State: Ohio State announced Friday that the Urban Meyer investigation will indeed wrap up Sunday as promised, but that doesn't mean we'll learn anything on Sunday. More here.

How one athletics department is using the MoviePass model to market itself to Millennials (without going bankrupt)

Alabama: The Tide are looking to spend $600 million on some facility upgrades.

Ohio State: Here is where things stood yesterday in the ongoing investigation at Ohio State.

Maryland: Yesterday, Jordan McNair's father went on ESPN and called for DJ Durkin to lose his job.