Saturday, January 22, 2022

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

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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...

Big 12 paid out $9.4 million less to schools than SEC in 2014-15

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The Big 12's average payout to its full-sharing members in 2014-15 was $23.3 million, which was $9.4 million less than what SEC schools received...

HBCUs Continue to Make Academic Progress

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When the Division I membership created the Academic Performance Program, leaders emphasized the goal of the new academic standards and accompanying penalties for missing...

How the Golden State Warriors are influencing college basketball

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Eric Musselman recalls a time when NBA players doing elaborate two-ball dribbling drills before a game would elicit laughter. "I can vividly remember being in...

Nearly One-Quarter of College Athletes Report Signs of Depression

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A new study of nearly 500 Division I athletes has found that almost one-quarter reported signs of depression over the past three years, with...

MIT’s Julie Soriero to Receive Pat Summitt Award

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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...

NCAA Announces 154 Woman of the Year Nominees

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By Michael Pavitt | The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has announced 154 college athletes have been nominated for the 2021 NCAA Woman of...

Do the Right Thing NCAA

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The NCAA should do the right thing when it comes to declaring former Army member Isaiah Brock ineligible to play. This young man served...

NCAA to Use Technology Services to Monitor Sports Wagering

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NCAA Press Release | As part of its ongoing efforts to protect the integrity of competitions, the NCAA national office is working with service providers...

College sports discusses ending NCAA academic standards for freshmen

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Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby has spent lots of time recently talking and thinking about what he calls an “upside down” NCAA academic model. Instead...
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