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UAB football program could get new life on Monday

8 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

UPDATE 12:51 P.M. Another Birmingham-based journalist has sources telling him that UAB is indeed bringing back football. BREAKING source says Watts prepared to file notice with NCAA football coming back. — Alan Collins (@fox6alancollins) June 1, 2015 New AD Ingram will form committee to raise money to upgrade facilities to raise $13 to $20 million […]

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All Times Eastern Australian Rules Football West Coast Eagles vs. Geelong Cats — Fox Soccer Plus, 2:30 a.m. College Baseball NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament Regionals-Double Elimination Champaign Regional, Illinois Field, University of Illinois Champaign, IL Losers Bracket: Wright State vs. Show More Summary

Roll Tide; Alabama Dominates List of SEC's Three Most Expensive Games in 2015

With summer almost officially here, every diehard college football fan is thinking the same thing: SEC football is almost back. Well, at least SEC fans are. While last year’s NCAA champion didn’t hail from the Southeastern Conference, the conference still boasts the likes of Nick Saban and ferocious rivalries involving [...]

USC football and men's basketball APR scores improve

4 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

USC’s football and men’s basketball teams improved their Academic Progress Rate scores in 2013-14, but they remain below the national average, according to scores released Wednesday by the NCAA.

Does Jurassic Park violate Title IX? And other dumb NCAA questions about summer movies

It's May and college football is still distant, so let's go to the movies! Sometimes we ask Texas A&M's Assistant Director of Compliance Brad Barnes real questions about the NCAA, but most often we try and ask the dumbest things possible. As always, if you have legitimate non-dinosaur questions about NCAA rules, visit your school's compliance site. Show More Summary

NCAA notifies UNC of academic fraud allegations

An investigation found football and basketball athletes were enrolled in no-show classes.        

Never Tweet: the Social Media Rebel Taking On Illinois and the NCAA

last weekSports : Vice: Sports

Simon Cvijanovic put Illinois's football coach on blast via Twitter and the aftermath reveals how the NCAA's system is rigged to let down athletes.

NCAA Rules Make Pitt's Pat Narduzzi Sound Like A Huge Creep

last weekSports : Deadspin

New Pitt football coach Pat Narduzzi talked about the upcoming season and expectations at an event Wednesday in Philadelphia. Because of NCAA recruitment rules involving conversations between football coaches and high school players,...Show More Summary

Inside Look at Towsley Family Museum, Home of Historic Michigan Memorabilia

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — New chapters of Michigan Wolverines football lore will be written this fall at the Big House with new coach Jim Harbaugh, but the storied past that built one of the NCAA's proudest programs resides in a 14,000 square-foot...Show More Summary

How to get taxpayer money for your favorite college football team

Uncertainty surrounding enhanced benefits for athletes enabled one politician to land public money for his school's team. When the NCAA recently allowed schools to provide additional cost-of-attendance scholarship funds to players, many FBS programs pledged to participate. Show More Summary

NCAA rule makes Michigan act of charity illegal

Good morning. Here's your daily roundup of college football stuff. Surprise, it's ridiculous. Michigan self-reported four secondary NCAA violations, none of which will result in any type of substantial punishment. Perhaps the silliest...Show More Summary

Melbourne Bowl 2016: Australia Set to Host Matchup Between Pac-12 and MWC

College football has broadened its horizons in recent years by expanding bowl games across the United States and into Canada, but the NCAA's latest venture is its most ambitious one yet. According to ESPN's Brett McMurphy, the Pac-12...Show More Summary

Oklahoma State football program placed on probation

The NCAA put Oklahoma State's football program on a year of probation Friday for failing to follow its own drug-testing policies over a four-year span, largely sparing the Cowboys of serious penalties for violations uncovered following an expose by Sports Illustrated.

Oklahoma State Gets Probation for Recruiting, Drug-Policy Violations

Nearly two years after a five-part Sports Illustrated investigative report revealed a number of infractions within the Oklahoma State University football program, the NCAA imposed sanctions against the school Friday. According to Emily...Show More Summary

SI's takedown of Oklahoma State results in minor NCAA wrist slaps

The NCAA's investigation into Oklahoma State amounted to... not much. The NCAA has concluded its investigation into Oklahoma State football, and after some early bluster, the Cowboys will only have a slight punishment to deal with. OSU...Show More Summary

Cardale Jones challenged to video game rematch by kid he beat in NCAA football by 63

Hey cardale it's Jared and I'm doing we'll wanted to know if I can get that rematch. @CJ12_ pic.twitter.com/6Ggsj2iaS3 (...)

Kid that Cardale Jones beat in 'NCAA Football' challenges him to rematch

Cardale isn't letting his opponent get out of this challenge without a little smack talk. In January, Ohio State QB Cardale Jones visited some kids in the hospital and played one of them in 'NCAA Football'... he also won by a bunch. But apparently THIS ISN'T OVER. Hey cardale it's Jared and I'm doing we'll wanted to know if I can get that rematch. Show More Summary

UCLA football: Jake Brendel has taken on more responsibility

UCLA has been without offensive line coach Adrian Klemm, who was suspended last month while an investigation into alleged NCAA violations lurches along.

Bowl payouts surpass half a billion dollars, NCAA report says

2 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

The post-Christmas tradition of college football bowl week probably won't be going away anytime soon.

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