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Arizona Wildcats Recruit My-King Johnson to Make History as NCAA’s First Openly Gay Football Scholarship Player

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  Arizona Wildcats recruit My-King Johnson will be the first openly gay football scholarship player in the NCAA, the Arizona Daily Star reports: The UA is happy to have him too — after all, the senior defensive end has the potentialShow More Summary

What's it cost to feed a major college football team? About $500,000 a year

Alabama’s football team accounted for 61.2 percent of the school’s money for meals last year, as you’d expect. In April 2014, the NCAA began allowing “unlimited meals” for scholarship players, shortly after UConn’s Shabazz Napier said...Show More Summary

Could Hugh Freeze be fired by Ole Miss over NCAA allegations?

Not right now, it seems, but there’s a long way to go. The NCAA is hard after the football program at Ole Miss. Last year, it accused the Rebels of 13 football compliance violations, and on Wednesday, Ole Miss said the NCAA had upped its number of allegations to 21. Show More Summary

16 bizarre moments from Ole Miss’ NCAA timeline, in a 3-minute read

Good morning! This is The Read Option, your daily college football newsletter. Sign up for this in your inbox! Hugh Freeze’s Ole Miss is in deep NCAA trouble. The institution now has a list of 21 allegations against the Rebels, withShow More Summary

Ole Miss players publicly back Hugh Freeze’s program after new NCAA allegations

We’ll see where this goes over the coming months. Ole Miss self-imposed a postseason ban for its 2017 season, after the NCAA piled eight more compliance allegations on top of the 13 it levied against the football program last year. The full list of 21 allegations (ranked here by zest) includes several Level I violations, the most serious type. Show More Summary

All 21 NCAA allegations against Ole Miss, ranked by zestiness

ACT test fixing: that’s both bad and interesting. Letting a player crash on a couch, though? Ole Miss’ football team is facing 21 NCAA allegations, including 15 of the most serious classification, Level I. The Rebels were already staring...Show More Summary

Ole Miss self imposes 1-year bowl ban after new notice of allegations from NCAA

University of Mississippi officials announced Wednesday that, after receiving a revised notice of allegations about its football program from the NCAA, it was imposing a one-year postseason ban on itself. In a lengthy statement posted...Show More Summary

Ole Miss self-imposes bowl ban for 2017 amid new NCAA allegations

Ole Miss will self-impose a one-year postseason bowl ban for 2017 after the school received a notice of allegations from the NCAA amid reports of misconduct by the football program.  The new accusations — eight in all — bring the total of allegations against the Rebels football program to 21. An...

Ole Miss' 8 new NCAA charges lead to 2017 bowl ban

The NCAA has eight new allegations for Ole Miss. The Ole Miss football program is self-imposing a one-year postseason ban. The news comes as the university announced Wednesday the NCAA is accusing it of eight additional athletic compliance violations, on top of 13 allegations the NCAA levied against Ole Miss last year. Show More Summary

Here are all 21 of the NCAA’s allegations against Ole Miss football

The list is now expanded from its original 13. On Wednesday afternoon, Ole Miss announced a self-imposed postseason ban for 2017, amid new allegations brought forward by the NCAA. In January 2016, the NCAA notified Ole Miss of 13 compliance allegations against its football program. Show More Summary

Hugh Freeze once called allegations against Ole Miss 'slander.' The Rebels are now bowl-banned.

The coach’s since-deleted tweet from 2013 has aged poorly. The Ole Miss football program is in boiling hot water. The Rebels will play the 2017 season under a self-imposed bowl ban, they announced Wednesday, after NCAA investigators hit the program with eight new compliance allegations. Show More Summary

Ole Miss Football Gets SELF-IMPOSED BOWL BAN ... Yeah, We Messed Up

Ole Miss University just hit its own football team with a 1-year Bowl game ban -- after admitting it broke several NCAA recruiting rules.  School officials -- including head football coach Hugh Freeze -- just copped to 3 definite violations. 1)…

NBA All-Star Weekend gets highlights in virtual reality thanks

NextVR has made significant progress across different leagues when it comes to VR, from broadcasting NCAA football games and tailgating activities to providing highlight packages for the NFL despite their slower adoption of VR and 360-degree live-streaming. Show More Summary

NCAA accepts Liberty's FBS bid despite looming cloud of Baylor investigation

The Flames will be moving to college football's highest division with Ian McCaw as their athletic director

Liberty University to move up from FCS to FBS by 2019

Liberty University is the latest school to make the move up to the Division I ranks with the Flames set to join the Football Bowl Subdivision starting in 2018.  ESPN was the first to report the move.  The NCAA approved the school’s request for a reclassification process Thursday.  "Today is truly...

The NCAA might tweak college football’s controversial targeting rule

The changes should lessen the penalties, if they pass. College football’s least favorite penalty could be getting change very soon. CBS Sports reports that the NCAA Football Rules Committee is looking the rule with an eye toward making some alterations. Show More Summary

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