NCAA

Alston Decision Caveat

The NCAA appears hell-bent on penalizing athletes for things the public — and perhaps even the law — doesn’t consider a crime.

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NCAA Constitutional Convention: Real Reform or Legal Cover?

In its constitution draft, the NCAA is stuck between two opposing tensions: its business model of amateurism and its recognition that both the law and the public have asked it to change.

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Knight Commission’s Financial Action Plan

A few days before the NCAA Constitutional Convention, the Knight Commission is making one more push to make its recommendations heard.

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NCAA Delegates NIL Rulemaking in Draft Constitution

The NCAA is letting schools and conferences determine NIL rules in a draft constitution. The NCAA will act more as an overseer than rule maker.

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The Push for Expansion?

The CFP is getting heavily criticized even after releasing preliminary rankings — which added to ballooning skepticism about the legitimacy of the four-team playoff.

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Potential Solutions

The second gender equity report expressed cautious optimism that the NCAA could implement solutions for other sports. Here are a few of the recommendations.

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Constitutional Convention’s Timeline

On Wednesday, the NCAA announced a detailed timeline for its Constitutional Convention.

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College Athletes Could Earn $1.5 Billion This Year

The NCAA allowing college athletes to benefit from their name, image, and likeness could help them earn as much as $1.5 billion this year.

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Congress’ Latest NIL Hearing

On Thursday, a House Subcommittee held the first Congressional NIL hearing since rules passed.

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Big Ten, Pac-12, and ACC Form Alliance

Three college conferences, the Big Ten, Pac-12, and ACC, are shifting the balance of power within the NCAA by forming an alliance.

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