Urban Meyer is Back Because He Wins Games

By Evan Weiner | Urban Meyer is back on the sidelines for Ohio State University after the football coach, one of Ohio’s highest paid public...

NCAA to Use Technology Services to Monitor Sports Wagering

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 Basketball Reforms Fail to Address Education

By Evan Weiner | High school principals beware. If you have a top-flight basketball player on the campus, chances are you will have an agent...

Increasingly More NCAA Universities OK Alcohol Sales at Sporting Events

By Jarrod D. Schenewark, Ph.D. | Just over a decade ago, fewer than a dozen NCAA D-I institutions sold alcohol at sporting events. Beginning with...

New NCAA Transfer Rule Eliminates Permission-to-Contact Process

By Michelle Brutlag Hosick | Beginning in October, Division I student-athletes will have the ability to transfer to a different school and receive a scholarship...

Judge Dismisses Former Villanova Football Player’s Suit Demanding Pay for Play

By Eric Mann | A federal judge in Pennsylvania has dismissed a lawsuit against the NCAA and 19 universities filed by a former Villanova University...

Knight Commission Urges Tough NCAA Reforms

Submitted | The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics today urged university presidents to seize a rare moment of opportunity to reform not only men’s basketball...

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...

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