Football

Syracuse did not control athletics; basketball coach failed to monitor

Over the course of a decade, Syracuse University did not control and monitor its athletics programs, and its head men’s basketball coach failed to monitor his program

Proposed ineligible downfield rule tabled by PROP

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel tabled a proposed football rule that would have adjusted the ineligible receiver downfield rule from three yards to one yard in NCAA football on Thursday.

Division I men’s and women’s basketball championships to use advanced timing and replay technologies

NCAA reaches agreement with Precision Timing Systems and DVSport

NCAA requests to move the McCants case to federal court

Today, the NCAA filed a request to move the lawsuit filed by two former student-athletes, Rashanda McCants and Devon Ramsay, to federal court.

Former Florida assistant coach commits recruiting violation

A former University of Florida assistant football coach visited a prospect off-campus before NCAA rules allow for recruiting contact

Football Rules Committee to explore future technological advances

The NCAA Football Rules Committee will form a subcommittee to examine the possible use of technology-based experimental rules and the impact on competition.

Jack Ford: From the football field to the court room to the small screen, he’s all about winning

An academic scholarship and an invitation to play football at Yale University led Jack Ford from a humble childhood to a renowned career in law and broadcast journalism.

Autonomy schools adopt cost of attendance scholarships

Division I schools can give their athletes the full cost of attendance as part of a full scholarship beginning Aug. 1, and those scholarships can’t be cancelled for athletics performances or injury.

DIII football proposal sparks debate, ultimately defeated

A proposal that would have permitted contact during the football’s spring nontraditional segment was narrowly defeated, with 51.8 percent voting against the proposal, after the lengthiest debate of Saturday’s 2015 Division III Business Session.

NCAA reaches proposed settlement in Corman lawsuit

Programs serving child sexual abuse survivors will now receive millions of dollars as part of the NCAA's proposed settlement with Pennsylvania state officials. This lawsuit stemmed from the NCAA’s sanctions against Penn State University...

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