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College football coaches can be kicked out of games now. Let’s guess who’ll be 1st!

A few of us drafted a list of 22 candidates. Who should be included? Before the 2016 season, the NCAA decreed that any football coach who receives two unsportsmanlike conduct fouls in a single game will be ejected, bringing footballShow More Summary

NCAA Tournament 2017: Wisconsin makes case as best basketball and football power

One school that could have a case, fittingly, is Florida -- which plays Wisconsin on Friday night

Preliminary approval given to $208.7 million NCAA settlement

About 40,000 college football and basketball players won't have submit a claim form to receive a portion of the $208.7 million the NCAA will pay to settle a federal class-action … Click to Continue »

Why isn’t Brad Nessler calling the NCAA Tournament?

When CBS Sports unveiled its announcer lineup for the 2017 NCAA Tournament, there was one pretty glaring omission: Brad Nessler. Nessler came to CBS last year to replace Verne Lundquist as the voice of the network’s SEC football coverage, and since then he has also called some college basketball. Show More Summary

Wisconsin has made both March Madness and bowl season for a record 15 straight years

One of the country’s best all-around athletic departments. Making the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and college football’s bowl season are easier these days than they used to be, with expanded fields across the board, but going 15 years without a truly bad season in either of college athletics’ primary revenue sports is still a big achievement. Show More Summary

Notre Dame confident after recent NCAA Tournament success

Notre Dame basketball is doing something its football team hasn't been able to do in recent years: thrive in big games        

The unregulated world of strength coaches and college football’s killing season

When all that's needed is a 21-hour course to become a certified NCAA strength coach, is anyone actually considering the best interests of student-athletes?

P.J. Fleck's Minnesota reporting NCAA violation after he allegedly recruited a former player

Fleck left WMU for Minnesota earlier this winter. NCAA rules bar him from contacting any of his former players without WMU’s permission, and Fleck didn’t have it. Minnesota’s football program will self-report an NCAA violation this week, after a report surfaced that Gopher coach P.J. Show More Summary

Judge sides with NCAA in lawsuit challenging D-I football transfer rules

The ruling dealt a significant blow to the case of punter Peter Deppe.        

Suggested 2017 rooting interests for fans of Ole Miss, a team that can’t go bowling

Good morning! This is The Read Option, a daily college football newsletter. Sign up to get tomorrow’s in your inbox! Hello, Ole Miss fan. Your hair looks nice! So, your team will not be going to a bowl game this year, and the NCAA hasn't even tacked on its own penalties yet. Show More Summary

College football's targeting rule will remain unchanged next season

NCAA leaders have decided not to tinker with college football’s much-debated targeting rule, opting to maintain the status quo for another season. Last fall and winter, there was considerable talk about the consistency of penalties and ejections when players were hit around the head and shoulders....

NFL Combine results: Live updates as the players test and work out

Which college stars turned heads in Indianapolis? The national nightmare known as the NFL’s football drought comes to a close as the calendar flips over to March — kind of. The NCAA’s best and brightest prospects will descend on Indianapolis...Show More Summary

Meet the History-Making Openly Gay Football Player

My-King Johnson is the first out player to receive an NCAA football scholarship

Report: Five Richmond Baseball Players Suspended For Heinous Crime of Playing Fantasy Football

4 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

The NCAA is known to hand out seemingly arbitrary suspensions for specious transgressions such as byzantine misappropriation of school book funds and drug violations that are actually not drug violations. Here’s a new one: Five Richmond baseball players were reportedly suspended from the team for playing fantasy… Read more...

NCAA Suspends Five Richmond Baseball Players For Participating In Fantasy Football League

The NCAA has been known in previous years of being ridiculously strict about what student-athletes can and cannot do, especially if it involves any type of monetary gain. On Tuesday, ESPN reported that the NCAA flexed their muscles once again by suspending five Richmond baseball players for playing in a fantasy football league. Via ESPN: “Five Richmond […]

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