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Latest NCAA Items
Jonathan Duncan has been promoted to head of the NCAA's enforcement division.
Washington Post issued an apology to Fox News on Friday for its harsh criticism of a Fox news anchor's accidental NCAA gaffe.
A state court on Wednesday said it needed more information to examine whether Penn State and the NCAA acted legally when they entered into an agreement that imposed a $60 million fine and other penalties over the Jerry Sandusky molestation scandal.
With the build up to Tuesday night's matchup of undefeated teams in the women's national title showdown, a group of stakeholders in the sport met to discuss how to increase interest in the game and keep the momentum going after the final buzzer of the UConn-Notre Dame matchup.
The Phoenix metropolitan area is one of eight finalists to host a future men's Final Four, with the NCAA expected to make the decision in November.
The school that Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens twice led to the NCAA men's basketball championship game is awarding him an honorary doctorate degree.
No conference wanted them. Several teammates and their coach left them. The NCAA kept them out for a year.
The National Labor Relations Board decided near the end of March to let college football players at Northwestern University unionize. Usually I am not in favor of unions, but clearly something must be done to change the way college athletes get compensated for their services.
Mark Emmert said Sunday that the NCAA wants to allow the big conferences with money-making teams to write their own rules, and those changes could solve many athletes' complaints more effectively than unionization.