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  1. Jon Stewart of ‘The Daily Show’ takes on the NCAA (VIDEO)

    Apr 11, 2014, 11:13 AM EDT

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    Jon Stewart of “The Daily Show” becomes the latest to take shots at the NCAA.

  2. John Calipari compares NCAA to former Soviet Union in new book

    Apr 10, 2014, 5:17 PM EDT

    John Calipari

    Kentucky head coach John Calipari has a new book due to be released April 15, and in his opinion the NCAA is crumbling right before our very eyes.

  3. APR sanctions result in postseason ban next season for Milwaukee

    Apr 9, 2014, 6:23 PM EDT

    Rob Jeter

    After representing the Horizon League in the 2014 NCAA tournament, Milwaukee won’t have the opportunity to do so in 2015.

  4. Shabazz Napier: ‘there are hungry nights that I go to bed and I’m starving’

    Apr 7, 2014, 8:20 PM EDT

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    UConn senior guard Shabazz Napier weighs in on the NCAA.

  5. Pay college athletes? That’s a reality, not some fairy tale

    Apr 7, 2014, 4:02 PM EDT

    Brittney Griner, Destiny Williams

    If the people in power now want to have some say, they need to start looking at things in a grown-up way.

  6. Father of former UCLA guard Shabazz Muhammad sentenced to 37 months in prison on fraud charges

    Mar 27, 2014, 5:55 PM EDT

    Minnesota v UCLA

    The father of former UCLA guard Shabazz Muhammad was sentenced to 37 months in prison Thursday. And according to reports, Ron Holmes took out a loan based on Muhammad’s potential professional earnings while the player was still an amateur.

  7. NLRB rules in favor of Northwestern football players hoping to unionize

    Mar 26, 2014, 4:56 PM EDT

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    The National Labor Relations Board ruled in favor of Northwestern football players, granting them the right to form a union.

  8. Picking an NCAA tournament bracket in 68 seconds

    Mar 17, 2014, 1:36 PM EDT

    Andrew Wiggins

    Does this pick-basketball-games-without-thinking system really work? Well, it depends what you mean by “work.” If by “work” you mean — “is this system successful in picking winners?” well, results are mixed.

  9. Florida coach Billy Donovan does not want the age limit raised

    Mar 16, 2014, 2:32 PM EDT

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    See what Billy Donovan said about Adam Silver’s proposed plan to raise the age limit for the NBA form 19 to 20.

  10. Settlement talks next step in Ed O’Bannon lawsuit

    Feb 28, 2014, 4:13 PM EDT

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    After U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken denied the NCAA’s request to have the Ed O’Bannon lawsuit dismissed last Friday, it seemed as if the case would be headed to trial in June. However on Friday it was reported by Jon Solomon of AL.com that Wilken has demanded that the two parties begin settlement talks. The…

  11. Ed O’Bannon lawsuit expected to go to trial following judge’s ruling

    Feb 21, 2014, 4:41 PM EDT

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    With Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Company settling their respective lawsuits months ago, the NCAA was left as the lone defendant in the lawsuit named for former UCLA basketball standout Ed O’Bannon. Instead of going the settlement route the NCAA was going to fight in hopes of getting the suit dismissed, and based upon…

  12. Players who enter stands now guaranteed to be ejected

    Feb 19, 2014, 5:41 PM EDT

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    In the aftermath of Marcus Smart shoving Texas Tech fan Jeff Orr in early February, many wondered why Smart was merely assessed a technical foul for “unsportsmanlike conduct” and not ejected from the game. The reason for this: the officials did not have the power to eject Smart, and that revealed a problem with the…

  13. NCAA says app Snapchat can be used as a recruiting tool

    Feb 11, 2014, 5:30 PM EDT

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    If this sounds like a headline you’d read on The Onion, you’d probably be correct. However, this is actually true. The NCAA specifically mentioned the popular social media app Snapchat as a permissible form of communication to use for recruiting purposes, effective on Aug. 1. Snapchat was released in the fall of 2011, and allows users…

  14. NCAA announces Florida freshman Chris Walker eligible to play February 4

    Jan 29, 2014, 4:18 PM EDT

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    Once he’d reached the point academically to where he could join the Florida basketball program in December, the question for McDonald’s All American forward Chris Walker revolved around when he would be eligible to take the floor in game action. Without an answer from the NCAA, many (player and program, included) were left to wonder just…

  15. Could the NCAA’s Division I setup be in line for a change?

    Jan 17, 2014, 8:22 PM EDT

    emmert

    The current structure of the NCAA is an interesting one, with their being three divisions (I, II and III) with separate championship systems. Obviously at the Division I level schools can give out more scholarships than Division II schools, and Division III schools don’t offer athletic scholarships. But within Division I there’s quite the division…

  16. No changes to current transfer model expected just yet

    Jan 17, 2014, 12:06 PM EDT

    Jake Thomas

    With the spike in the number of transfers in college basketball in recent years, many coaches and administrators openly asked if it were time to make some changes. With waivers granting players immediate eligibility at their new schools and graduate students having the ability to complete their career at a new school, many likened the…

  17. NCAA grants waiver for teams playing more than four non-Division I opponents

    Jan 16, 2014, 12:43 PM EDT

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    There was a report out yesterday that the NCAA would be deciding soon on whether or not to waive an obscure rule that would force teams in smaller leagues to forfeit games. In summation: Division I teams cannot play more than four non-Division I teams in a season. Transitional Division I members (Abilene Christian, Incarnate…

  18. NCAA says Kansas has the loudest arena in college basketball (VIDEO)

    Dec 17, 2013, 4:25 PM EDT

    Phog Allen Fieldhouse

    On Tuesday, NCAA.com released a video listing the five loudest, most intimidating college basketball arenas to play in. Coming in at the top spot was Allen Fieldhouse on the University of Kansas campus. The reasoning behind it: “It’s twice the size as Cameron [Indoor Stadium] with three times the students sitting courtside. There’s a reason…

  19. Rick Barnes: ‘I imagine what Roy [Williams] is going through’ waiting for NCAA decision

    Dec 17, 2013, 3:21 PM EDT

    Rick Barnes

    It’s the end of the first semester and No. 14 North Carolina is still waiting for a decision from the NCAA on the eligibility status of guards P.J. Hairston and Leslie McDonald. The Tar Heels have been without the duo for the first nine games of the season, and they will both likely be in street…

  20. NCAA reveals logo for 2015 Final Four in Indianapolis

    Dec 13, 2013, 1:29 PM EDT

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    On Friday morning the NCAA unveiled the logo for the 2015 Final Four, which will be played on April 4 and 6, 2015 in Indianapolis. This will be the sixth time that Indianapolis has hosted the event, with the last being in 2010 when Butler was mere centimeters away from knocking off Duke in the…

  21. NCAA files new requests in O’Bannon lawsuit

    Dec 13, 2013, 12:00 PM EDT

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    Less than a month after the plaintiffs in the Ed O’Bannon lawsuit filed a request for a summary judgement the NCAA filed a request of its own on Thursday night, asking U.S. District Federal Judge Claudia Wilken to not issue an injunction that would prohibit the NCAA and its membership from limiting what scholarship athletes…

  22. NCAA releases early numbers on scoring increase in college basketball

    Dec 12, 2013, 7:00 PM EDT

    hightower

    Now that we’re a month into the college basketball season, it’s a good time to take a look at the impact that the new points of emphasis regarding contact have had on the sport. Of course there have been some foul-fests due to the combination of players and officials working to adjust to the rules…

  23. NCAA president Mark Emmert addresses Jay Bilas’ critiques of current system

    Dec 11, 2013, 7:45 PM EDT

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    With some of the biggest names in collegiate athletics attending IMG’s Intercollegiate Athletics Forum in New York City, many of the major issues on the table were discussed. Among those issues were the possibility of giving scholarship athletes stipend to help cover the full cost of attendance, and how the NCAA members with the most…

  24. Could college basketball benefit from having a commissioner?

    Nov 23, 2013, 8:31 PM EDT

    Mike Krzyzewski

    With the recent changes in college basketball, from conference realignment to the enforcement of rules in order to improve freedom of movement, there’s been an increasing need for a uniform voice to lead the sport. NCAA president Mark Emmert has every sport to consider, and head of officiating John Adams only deals with the officiating…

  25. Draft withdrawal snafu places FIU guard Raymond Taylor’s eligibility in jeopardy

    Nov 22, 2013, 2:04 PM EDT

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    On Thursday evening it was reported by Andy Katz of ESPN.com that Florida International guard Raymond Taylor was forced to sit out the Panthers’ game against Bethune-Cookman due to the school and NCAA looking into questions regarding his eligibility. The issue: whether or not Taylor, who entered his name into the 2012 NBA Draft, withdrew…

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