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NCAA women’s basketball tournament expands to 68 teams

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CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE . The men's tournament expanded to 68 teams in 2011 with four first-round games traditionally played in Dayton, Ohio. The first four for the women's tournament will take place on t...

NCAA denies Oklahoma St appeal, Cowboys get postseason ban

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Last year, an NCAA infractions committee panel hit the Cowboys with numerous penalties related to findings that former assistant coach Lamont Evans accepted up to $ 22,000 in bribes intended to help steer athletes t...

Ohio’s Armani Rogers sets NCAA record with long touchdown run

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In the first quarter, Buffalo was on the Bobcats’ 1-yard line but couldn’t punch the ball into the end zone. The Ohio defense held strong and stopped Matt Myers on fourth down. But it meant the Ohio offense would get...

NCAA to look into holding both Final Fours in same city

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Combining the tournaments was one of the recommendations stemming from an external review of gender equity issues of the tournaments. The report released in August was sparked by outrage at the disparities between am...

Jimmy Hayes, former NHL player and NCAA champion, dead at 31

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Hayes’ death was announced by Boston College on Monday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE . "Boston College Hockey is heartbroken over the passing of Jimmy Hayes. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire ...

Nebraska, head coach Scott Frost under investigation for NCAA violations

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Activities were banned during the pandemic, but Coach Scott Frost and company apparently knew that players on the team were doing various workouts together. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE . Nebraska athleti...

Former NCAA track champ, godson of Carl Lewis, tragically dead at 26

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No cause of death has been announced. After claiming a state title at Ridge Point High School, Burrell won the NCAA individual national championship in the 100-meter dash in 2018, something his father Leroy Burrell d...

Back in NCAA: Larry Brown joins Hardaway’s staff at Memphis

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Brown, 80, is the only coach to win championships in both the NCAA (with Kansas in 1988) and the NBA (Detroit Pistons, 2004) over a 42-year career that also included stops in the ABA. He received coach of the year aw...

Here are some of the ways NCAA athletes are embracing the new world of the ‘NIL’ deal

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This week saw the beginning of the NIL-era of college athletics. Suddenly allowed to profit from their name, image and likeness (or NIL), college athletes are unleashing a barrage of endorsement deal announcements. ...

NCAA takes big step toward allowing athletes to profit from name, image or likeness

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In a major step, the NCAA Division I Council voted Monday to support an interim policy that would allow college athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness (NIL) without violating NCAA rules until federal ...

Emmert: NCAA crafting ‘interim’ NIL rules after court loss

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In a memo sent to member schools and obtained by The Associated Press, Emmert acknowledged the current uncertainty across college sports as it moves toward allowing name, image and likeness compensation for athletes....

What the NCAA ruling really means for student athletes

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In a decision that could shake up college sports, the Supreme Court ruled this week against the NCAA's restrictions on education-related perks for student athletes. The case affirmed lower court rulings and further...

From NCAA smackdown to Trump golf course, politics and money rule sports

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A unanimous Supreme Court ruling shines a very harsh spotlight on the NCAA, which has essentially gotten rich on the backs of student-athletes who get a mere pittance. I’m all for the principle of amateur sports, but...

Creighton put on probation by NCAA amid fallout of FBI probe

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The Bluejays also were docked scholarships and given recruiting restrictions, among other penalties, and athletic director Bruce Rasmussen was found to have violated ethics rules in a case that has ensnared several b...

NCAA dismisses Kavanaugh’s blistering opinion after Supreme Court ruling

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NCAA President Mark Emmert and the organization’s lawyers said Kavanaugh’s opinion held little water. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE . "The notable thing is that eight other justices did not agree with that...

Sports agent says Supreme Court ruling a rare example of seeing NCAA on ‘their back foot’

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Sports agent Doug Eldridge joined "Your World" and called the ruling a "significant" development for college athletics. "The fact that we get a unanimous decision seems pretty rare these days from the Supreme Court m...

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