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2015/04/24 16:12
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NEW YORK -- NCAA president Mark Emmert is glad the Big Ten has sparked a discussion about freshman ineligibility, even though it is an idea fraught with potential pitfalls. Emmert spoke at a meeting...
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2015/04/23 18:10
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John Swofford will support the prohibition of satellite camps. (USATSI) The ACC and SEC have an agreement regarding each league's policy on satellite camps, adhering to the 50-mile radius rule...
2015/04/23 15:30
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The calls to address the supposed loopholes with satellite camps have been heard, and will be given a high priority status from the NCAA to the football rules oversight committee. NCAA president Mark...
2015/04/20 21:10
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Mark Richt enters his 15th season at the helm of Georgia in 2015. (USATSI) Georgia's Mark Richt is the only coach on the new NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee, which was announced...
2015/04/17 23:04
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Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany says making freshmen ineligible in college football and basketball could help correct the imbalance between athletics and academics. In a 12-page letter titled...
2015/04/17 16:10
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John Swofford says a three-division ACC isn't in the works. (USATSI) “I think there's some belief that ACC would play three divisions, have two highest-ranked play in postseason,” Big 12 commissioner...
2015/04/16 23:12
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ACC commissioner John Swofford reiterated Thursday that his league has no plans to change its current format if conference championship game deregulation passes. Last week, CBSSports.com reported...
2015/04/10 17:34
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Nobody will be thinking about Olympic gold medals when Duke and Wisconsin meet Monday night for the national title. Maybe they should. The money March Madness and the football...
2015/04/09 16:13
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Under current NCAA rules, leagues must have 12 teams and two divisions to hold a championship game. But deregulation would allow conferences to run their league title games no matter how many teams...
2015/04/08 23:18
2015/04/08 23:18
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IRVING, Texas - The Big 12 Conference has announced the lineup for its third "State of College Athletics" Forum to further examine the issues facing college athletics. The Forum, which will be held at...
2015/04/08 16:04
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... think there's some belief that ACC would play three divisions, have two highest-ranked play in postseason,” NCAA Football Oversight Committee chairman Bob Bowlsby told Dodd. “Really, nobody cares...
2015/04/08 01:10
2015/04/08 01:10
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Dennis Dodd reported Tuesday that legislation to deregulate conference championship games is expected to pass, with changes coming as soon as 2016. While the Big 12 has its reasons, like keeping its...
2015/04/06 22:43
2015/04/06 22:43
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INDIANAPOLIS — Nobody will be thinking about Olympic gold medals when Duke and Wisconsin meet Monday night for the national title. Maybe they should. The money March Madness and the football...
2015/04/03 21:44
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It probably seemed that way, after the 36 points at Washington in December broke the school record for fewest in a Division I game. Or the 51 points and 24.6-percent shooting at home against...
2015/04/03 03:12
2015/04/03 03:12
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Kansas State president Kirk Schulz told ESPN that court storming is a cool part of college basketball and should be allowed, but the opposing players and officials must be...
2015/04/24 16:12
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