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By Associated Press
There is no real debate among lawmakers on Capitol Hill about whether college athletes should be permitted to monetize their name, image and likeness, but there was a renewed request from the NCAA to help sort the issues.
By John Yang, Ryan Connelly Holmes
The NCAA women's basketball tournament got underway Sunday. But even before the opening tip, new anger and frustration erupted last week over the NCAA's different approaches to the women's and mens' teams — including less reliable COVID testing. The problems…
By Dan Gelston, Associated Press
Chaney was a commanding figure on the court and admired as much for his mentoring of players as for the team's success. He became a de facto father to dozens of his players, many coming from broken homes.
By Michael Marot, Associated Press
The 67 games — including the Final Four — will be played entirely in Indiana in a bid to keep the marquee event from being called off for a second consecutive year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
By Ralph D. Russo, Associated Press
The Pac-12 has set a Nov. 6 start date for a seven-game football season, following the Big Ten in overturning its August decision to postpone until spring because of concerns about playing through the pandemic.
By Jeffrey Brown, Sam Lane
John Thompson, a Hall of Fame basketball coach who transformed Georgetown University into a national championship school, has died at age 78. The first Black head coach to win an NCAA title, Thompson was known for helping to mold stars…
John Thompson, the imposing Hall of Famer who turned Georgetown into a “Hoya Paranoia” powerhouse and became the first Black coach to lead a team to the NCAA men’s basketball championship, has died.
The NCAA has released a long and detailed plan to help schools bring athletes back to campus during the pandemic. The move comes as schools across the country prepare for the return of athletes as early as June 8.
College sports, while currently on hold, represent big business, with billions of dollars at stake. It has long been debated whether student athletes should be compensated, or at least better able to access the money they help earn. On Wednesday,…
The NCAA announced Wednesday that its Board of Governors supports a plan that gives athletes the ability to cash in on their names, images and likenesses as never before and without involvement from the association, schools or conferences.
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