Thursday, July 9, 2020

10 Ways College Athletes Can Get Paid and Remain Eligible for Their Sport

Biaggio Ali Walsh, the grandson of Muhammad Ali, isn't just a three-star football player with Division I scholarship offers from schools such as Arizona,...

NCAA Reverses Ban on Satellite Camps

The Division I Board of Directors today rescinded a rule prohibiting Football Bowl Subdivision coaches from holding or working at camps and clinics away...

NCAA Must Pay $42.3 Million in O’Bannon Anti-Trust Case

March 31, 2016 A federal judge on Thursday ordered the NCAA to pay more than $42.3 million in attorney's fees and costs to lawyers representing...

Q&A With NCAA President Mark Emmert

ANAHEIM, Calif. — From a club suite in the Honda Center as part of his whirlwind scheduled during the NCAA basketball tournament, NCAA President Mark...

What Tournament? N.C.A.A.’s Biggest Event May Be at a Higher Court

I don’t mean to be a skunk in the March Madness garden party, but did you notice that just before the tournament began last...

Hockey Age Limit Proposal Divides Universities

College hockey appears to be in great shape. With three first-time champions in the last three years, Arizona State having completed its first season in...

Why the NCAA Continues to Work Against Athletes’ Best Interests

The NCAA slipped an important announcement by the public last month when the Board of Governors, consisting of 20 college chancellors and presidents, approved...

D 1 Continues Talks on Time Demands

The Division I Council is playing an active role in discussions about time demands placed on student-athletes and is working with the Atlantic Coast,...

Athlete Time Demands Issue Has No Simple Solution

Last year in the NCAA's first autonomy session between the 65 power-conference schools, sweeping changes rolled through college athletics: cost of attendance stipends, more...
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Colleges Discuss Ending NCAA Initial Eligibility Standards

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...