The NCAA is a ‘Toxic Mix of Perverse Incentives to Cheat’

By Tom Liberman | “A toxic mix of perverse incentives to cheat,” is the tagline from the report written by the Commission on College Basketball...

Euthanizing the Collegiate Model and the Potential Impact on Gender Equity

By Tom Tallach, Ed. D. | A recent upsurge of litigation and policy debate has besieged the traditional collegiate model. Lawsuits have included arguments over...

Armour: NCAA Breaks Rules for ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ and that’s Progress

By Nancy Armour | Hallelujah. For once, the NCAA is showing some common sense. Rather than its usual myopic devotion to its antiquated rule book, the...

What is the NCAA’s Legacy?

The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s three-week long event, one of its crown jewels, the Men’s Basketball Tournament is fast approaching on the calendar. But...

Louisville Men’s Basketball Ordered to Vacate Wins and Pay Fine

Louisville must vacate men’s basketball records in which student-athletes competed while ineligible during the 2011-12 through 2014-15 academic years according to a decision issued...

NCAA to Honor Robin Roberts with Ford Award

Robin Roberts has been named the 2018 recipient of the NCAA President’s Gerald R. Ford Award, which honors an individual who has provided significant...

MIT’s Julie Soriero to Receive Pat Summitt Award

Julie Soriero, athletics director at MIT, will be the 2018 recipient of the NCAA President’s Pat Summitt Award, making her the first Division III...

Florida Track and Field Coach Wins Academy’s 2017 Amos Alonzo Stagg Coaching Award

After leading the University of Florida men’s track and field team to its second consecutive and seventh overall national championship, UF head track and...

Judge Approves $208.7 Million Settlement for Scholarship Athletes

A federal judge in California recently approved a $208.7 million settlement to compensate college athletes who attended school using traditional sports scholarships rather than...

NCAA Board Approves $12.5 Million More for Concussion Research

The NCAA’s top governing board unanimously approved $12.5 million in additional funding for the most comprehensive clinical study of concussion and head impact exposure ever conducted....

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