Men's Basketball

Technical fouls proposed for players who flop in men’s basketball

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Rules Committee on Friday recommended officials assess technical fouls to players who fake being fouled, beginning in the 2021-22 season.

Fighting the good fight

A group of coaches who serve on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Ethics Coalition is working to encourage their peers to rise above the pressures and to help them navigate ethical dilemmas in what can sometimes seem to be an unequal playing field.

5 appointed to DI Men’s Basketball Committee

The Division I Men’s Basketball Committee will feature five new members for the 2021-22 season, thanks in part to the Division I Council’s approval in January of a proposal to expand the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Committees from 10 to 12.

Former Southern California associate head coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former Southern California men’s basketball associate head coach violated ethical conduct rules when he accepted a bribe from a business management company to influence student-athletes.

NCAA reminds fans to follow health and safety measures at Final Fours

With semifinal games tipping off Friday in San Antonio and Saturday in Indianapolis, the NCAA is reminding fans to follow health and safety protocols in place for the Women’s and Men’s Final Fours. Developed in coordination with local...

Fan cutouts bring out the passion behind college sports

For this year’s championships, the NCAA launched a fan cutout program that allows college basketball fans the opportunity to be “there” once again.

Limited tickets still available for Women’s and Men’s Final Fours

Limited tickets remain available for the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s and Men’s Championships.

Statement from Division I Men’s Basketball Committee

The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee has declared the VCU-Oregon game scheduled for Saturday night at Indiana Farmers Coliseum a no-contest because of COVID-19 protocols.

8 positive COVID cases out of 9,100 tests as March Madness starts in Indy

As of Thursday morning, eight positive COVID-19 cases have been identified out of more than 9,100 tests so far for Tier 1, 2 and 3 individuals at the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship in Indiana. This includes only one additional positive since testing numbers were shared Wednesday.

7 positive COVID-19 tests so far out of 6,900 for March Madness in Indy

As of Wednesday morning, seven positive COVID-19 cases have been identified out of more than 6,900 completed tests for Tier 1, 2 and 3 individuals at the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship in Indiana.

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