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March 30, 2018


NCAA Faces Lawsuits For New Athlete Compensation Limitations

The NCAA and 11 other conferences will appear in court for lawsuits aimed to prevent the conferences from restricting compensation for playing sports.

December 31, 2017


Indiana Lawmaker To Propose Sports Betting Legislation

If the U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of New Jersey in a sports betting case, it could open to door for states to legalize gambling on sporting events.

October 6, 2017


NCAA Seeking Equity With Changes In Baseball Seeding

The NCAA plans to double the number of teams it seeds in its Division I baseball tournament to 16.

October 4, 2017


NCAA Looking At Preventing Schools From ‘Blocking’ Transfers

The NCAA said Wednesday that the Division I Council could introduce legislation as early as January.

August 15, 2017


NCAA To Continue Discussing Esports Landscape In October

University administrators want to better understand what role the NCAA can or should play in the popular video gaming sports world.

June 22, 2017


NCAA May Limit Offside Challenges, Give Officials More Power

The NCAA could change its video replay rules in college hockey, giving officials more power and limiting the ability to review an offside play.

June 15, 2017


NCAA Extends Coaches’ Boxes As Part Of Rules Change Package

Other men's basketball rules changes include finding more consistent spots for inbound passes.

March 3, 2017


NCAA Exec. On Future Of College Sports: ‘Pay For Play’ Unlikely

Surrounded by students at a panel discussion, NCAA executive Oliver Luck says there’s not much chance of paying student athletes.

November 22, 2016


NCAA Orders Notre Dame Football To Vacate 2012, 2013 Wins

The penalty is for academic misconduct that took place from 2011 to 2013, involving a student athletic trainer.

October 7, 2016


Notre Dame, Ball State Join Concussion Lawsuit Against NCAA

The NCAA is now facing 43 class-action lawsuits related to the handling of concussions by Division I football programs after 18 more were filed this week.

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