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Giving NCAA athletes another year of eligibility for coronavirus cancellations is costly
March 23, 2020
Adding another year of eligibility to athletes whose spring seasons were canceled due to the coronavirus could cost universities millions.
Florida finishes No. 1 in USA TODAY baseball poll
March 02, 2020
The Gators are followed by Georgia, Texas Tech, UCLA and Mississippi in the voting.
NCAA pushing rule change to allow athletes impacted by coronavirus to regain eligibility
March 13, 2020
The NCAA has decided to address rule changes that would provide avenues for Division I student-athletes in spring sports to regain lost eligibility.
NCAA COO Donald Remy: Hiring practices for Division I football coaches 'not acceptable'
June 06, 2020
NCAA chief operating officer Donald Remy called on schools to "double down" on efforts related to diversity and inclusion in college football hiring.
Opinion: College athletes are becoming more empowered and speaking out. Their coaches better evolve.
June 05, 2020
Events that used to be kept in-house are being exposed. College players have power when they speak out and can force change, so coaches must evolve.
Purdue president Mitch Daniels: If athletic team had COVID-19 outbreak, school would 'shut it down'
June 04, 2020
Asked by Senate committee what would happen if team had coronavirus "outbreak," Purdue president Mitch Daniels said, "I think you would shut it down."
Georgia Tech athletics teams will not hold mandatory activities on Election Day to encourage voting
June 04, 2020
Georgia Tech teams, including football and men's and women's basketball, pledged to make Election Day an off day so athletes can more easily vote.
Ex-Alabama gymnast Tia Kiaku details racist incidents during time in Crimson Tide program
June 03, 2020
"I want every black girl who goes through Alabama's doors to not go through what I went through," former Crimson Tide gymnast Tia Kiaku said.
Former Alabama gymnast alleges 'disturbing' racial incident occurred at team practice
June 03, 2020
Ex-Alabama gymnast said she had been involved in a "disturbing" incident that included a racially inappropriate comment during a practice last season.
Marquette rescinds offer of admission, scholarship to lacrosse player over Snapchat post on George Floyd's death
June 02, 2020
Marquette says an incoming freshman, who was slated to play on the women's lacrosse team, had also used racially offensive language in other posts.
Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren creates Anti-Hate and Anti-Racism coalition
June 01, 2020
Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren announced Monday that he is forming a coalition of athletes, coaches, ADs and university officials to work for "meaningful change."
Opinion: College football coaches scared to speak, stand with players in conversations on racism, police brutality
May 30, 2020
College football coaches, who rely on African-Americans to earn bloated salaries, have mostly taken pass on the conversation around police brutality.
Now hear this: Leagues, players can only win by taking TV viewers behind the scenes
May 27, 2020
As TV networks, league executives and athletes ponder the return of sports, be sure to allow for cameras and microphones to be put everywhere.
University of Michigan president: No college football in fall if students aren't on campus
May 24, 2020
University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel said the Wolverines won't play college football if there are no students on campus this fall.
'Well, we're watching grass grow': Women's College World Series absence leaves a hole in Oklahoma City's hearts
May 23, 2020
This week was supposed to be the start of the Women's College World Series. Instead, we are left to lament what would have been in Oklahoma City.
Anthony Fauci weighs in on need for coronavirus testing for college athletes as on-campus activities resume in June
May 22, 2020
Dr. Anthony Fauci described the need for coronavirus testing of college athletes when moratoriums on the athletes' on-campus activities begin to lift.
Associate professor: Some colleges are 'using pandemic as an excuse' to eliminate athletics programs
May 22, 2020
B. David Ridpath, the interim president of a national advocacy group, believes colleges are using the pandemic as an excuse to cut sports programs.
NCAA allows resumption of voluntary team activities in Division I football and basketball
May 20, 2020
The NCAA Division I Council voted to allow athletes in football, men's basketball to resume voluntary on-campus workouts, beginning June 1.
The 15 best graduation gifts of 2020
May 19, 2020
Looking for a gift for a college graduate? Help the class of 2020 celebrate during this uncertain time with one of this year's best graduation gifts.
Opinion: As college football plans are discussed, it's time for athletes to have a say
May 19, 2020
Coaches and administrators are scrambling to play college football, but there is nobody whose sole responsibility is to advocate for player safety.
Opinion: Kentucky's cheerleading scandal shows that grown-ups didn't act the part
May 19, 2020
College kids are prone to bouts of stupidity. It's up to the grown-ups to step in to stop it. At Kentucky, that didn't happen in cheerleading scandal.
Furman cutting baseball, men's lacrosse programs due to coronavirus-related financial issues
May 18, 2020
Due to the long-term financial implications of the coronavirus, Furman University has discontinued the baseball and men's lacrosse programs.
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