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2015 NBA Power Rankings: Breaking Down All 30 Teams at the End of February

The end of February brings with it the beginning of the NBA's regular-season stretch run. The league's roster tinkering is all but done. Per NBA rules, any player signed after March 1 is ineligible for postseason play. That doesn't mean...Show More Summary

Why Proposed Freshman Ineligibility Rule Would Be Worse for Notre Dame

The Big Ten wants freshmen to stay on the sideline. Just months after the Big Ten won back a large bit of respect on the field with Ohio State's national championship, conference commissioner Jim Delany 's "year of readiness" proposal...Show More Summary


As always, the NCAA is standing up for what is right and good in the world: Baylor walk-on running back Silas Nacita announced he has been ruled ineligible by the NCAA for accepting impermissible benefits while he was homeless last summer. Nacita, a backup who rushed for three touchdowns last season, walked on to the […]

Homeless Baylor athlete just got jobbed by the NCAA

Baylor's Silas Nacita may get ruled ineligible by NCAA for being given a place to stay.

A Homeless Baylor Football Player Was Allegedly Ruled Ineligible For Accepting A Place To Live

2 days agoSports : With Leather

SilasNacitawasawalk-on runningback fortheBaylorUniversityfootballteamwhowasmakingitworkintheclassroomandonthefieldasanon-scholarshipplayer.Withoutthefinancialmeanstoaffordaplacetolivenearcampus,noranyoutsidehelpfromtheathleticdepartment,hebegansleepinganyplacehecouldfind,usuallyonthefloorofafriend’sapartment.

Silas Nacita, Baylor RB, Speaks on Being Ruled Ineligible by NCAA

Baylor running back Silas Nacita is speaking out after the NCAA deemed him ineligible to play because he accepted a place to live from what he describes as a "close family friend." Nacita, who was once homeless, posted a message on social...Show More Summary

Felder Rant: Big Ten's Freshman Ineligibility Proposal Is an 'Empty Rule'

According to a recent story in The Diamondback, the Big Ten Conference is attempting to institute a rule in which freshmen will be required to sit out a year in both football and basketball. This would have huge ramifications in theShow More Summary

The NCAA freshman ineligibility crusade is totally reasonable and fair

First-year college football and basketball players should focus more on academics? OK. Let's apply that rule to everybody else too. The ACC, Big 12, and Pac-12 have been kicking around the idea of reviving the ban on first-year players competing in, specifically, college football and men's basketball. Show More Summary

NCAA is considering making freshmen ineligible in college basketball

Is college basketball really set to turn back the clock on freshmen? In 1972, the NCAA finally reversed course on a rule that made freshmen ineligible to compete in football and men's basketball. If a few commissioners of Power 5 conferences...Show More Summary

NCAA Conference Commissioners Reportedly Discussing Freshman Ineligibility

In an effort to prevent college basketball players from entering the NBA draft after just one season, the NCAA is considering restoring the freshman ineligibility rule. According to Jon Solomon of, several conference commissioners...Show More Summary

Official: Jackie Robinson West used bogus map to recruit ineligible players

2 weeks agoSports : Globetrotting

The boundary map Jackie Robinson West submitted to Little League officials after an investigation into possible rules violations began included portions annexed from three other leagues without their permission, Little League International CEO Stephen Keener said Wednesday.

Ken Ham Has Sued Kentucky Officials Because He Doesn’t Understand How the Law Works

We already know Creationist Ken Ham's Ark Encounter, better known as the Noah's Ark theme park, is in trouble.In December, they were ruled ineligible to receive a tax incentive worth up to $18,000,000 that could put their entire project in jeopardy. Show More Summary

UCLA freshman Jonah Bolden cleared to practice by NCAA

UCLA freshman Jonah Bolden has been cleared by the NCAA to begin practicing with the Bruins, the team announced. Bolden had been ineligible to play or practice with the team after the NCAA ruled him a partial-qualifier before the season. Bolden will still be unable to play this season.

Here’s Proof That Ken Ham Seriously Overestimated How Many People Would Visit the Noah’s Ark Theme Park

By now, you all know that Creationist Ken Ham's Ark Encounter, better known as the Noah's Ark theme park, is in trouble.Last month, they were ruled ineligible to receive a tax incentive worth up to $18,000,000. That $18,000,000 was projected...Show More Summary

SMU’s Keith Frazier Ruled Academically Ineligible, Out For Season

SMU basketball suffered a huge loss today when it was announced that guard Keith Frazier will miss the rest of the season due to being ruled academically ineligible. Frazier is third The post SMU’s Keith Frazier Ruled Academically Ineligible, Out For Season appeared first on SLAMonline.

Michael Dyer Ruled Academically Ineligible, Won't Play in Belk Bowl

Louisville running back Michael Dyer has been ruled academically ineligible just a week before the No. 21 Cardinals get set to take on No. 13 Georgia in the Belk Bowl. FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman had the report: ESPN 680's Mark Ennis first...Show More Summary

Markus Kennedy is eligible for SMU

The power forward will be back in the lineup for SMU on Saturday against Michigan. Markus Kennedy is back for the SMU. After being ruled ineligible for the first semester of the school year, the power forward has been reinstated to the basketball program, according to the Dallas Morning News. Kennedy is the Mustangs' best interior scorer. Show More Summary

Ohio State's Noah Spence Declared Permanently Ineligible by Big Ten

The No. 6 Ohio State Buckeyes are in the thick of the College Football Playoff race even without the services of star defensive lineman Noah Spence. The Big Ten officially ruled Spence ineligible for the remainder of 2014, so he won't be able to help Ohio State out down the stretch. Show More Summary

St. John’s forward Keith Thomas ruled academically ineligible

Any chance that powerhouse rebounder Keith Thomas would play for St. John's this season officially ended on Wednesday with a formal announcement that he has been ruled ineligible.

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