Football

Texas A&M football program violated NCAA rules

The Texas A&M football program violated NCAA recruiting and countable athletically related activity rules between January 2018 and February 2019

Appeals committee upholds Mary Hardin-Baylor vacation of records penalty

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor must vacate wins in which a student-athlete competed while ineligible.

DI Council approves football summer and preseason model

The Division I Council approved a model for football summer athletic activities and preseason practice. The Council met virtually Wednesday, June 17.

Football Oversight Committee finalizes proposed preseason model

The Division I Football Oversight Committee on Thursday finalized its recommendation for summer athletic activities and preseason practice for the upcoming 2020 season.

What my sport taught me: Teamworks Founder & CEO Zach Maurides

At an early age, football taught me what it meant to set ambitious, long-term goals and then take the day-to-day steps to see them come to fruition.

Football players flagged for targeting will be able to remain in bench area

Players disqualified for targeting will be allowed to remain on the sidelines starting with the 2020 football season.

2020 NCAA Football Records

For questions or updates to the 2020 Division I Football Records, please email Jeff Williams ( jswilliams@ncaa.org ). For questions or updates to the 2020 Division II, please email Phil Pierce ( ppierce@ncaa.org ) and for Division III...

Players flagged for targeting may be able to remain in bench area

Players disqualified for targeting may be able to remain on the sidelines starting with the 2020 football season.

Steve Shaw Named National Coordinator of Officials

Steve Shaw, a highly respected football officiating and rules expert, has been selected to be college football’s next national coordinator of officials. Shaw, who currently serves the Southeastern Conference and Sun Belt Conference as coordinator of officials, will assume the national role in March 2020.

Former Ohio Dominican assistant football coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former Ohio Dominican assistant football coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules and jeopardized student-athlete well-being when he directed student-athletes to use a banned substance.

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