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National Collegiate Athletic Association: American athletic organization
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a nonprofit organization that regulates student athletes from 1,268 North American institutions and conferences. It also organizes the athletic programs of many colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, and helps more than 480,000 college student-athletes who compete annually in college sports. The organization is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana.


NCAA Board of Governors to review policies regarding sexual assault amid congressional pressure on 'predator pipeline'

The NCAA says its Board of Governors will review policies regarding athletes accused or convicted of sexual assault who transfer and continue playing. - Published

In California, we forced the NCAA's hand on paying athletes. But more states must step up.

The NCAA has a long history of announcing plans for reform that go nowhere. California forced real action, but we shouldn't have to act alone. - Published

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LeBron James Gifts Beats To Ohio State Football Team [Video]LeBron James Gifts Beats To Ohio State Football Team

LeBron James gave each player on the Ohio State football team a pair of Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones. According to Business Insider, James is a Beats spokesperson and an Ohio State fan. Due to a..

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Bowl swag not for sale: A look at NCAA limitations on $550 bowl gifts

College football bowl games can give up to $550 to players, but that limitation is 15 years old. Is it time to increase what players can receive? - Published

NCAA asserts collegiate values for bowls, but leaves room for liquor, casino sponsors

The NCAA has a strict moral code for bowl game sponsors but only enforces on those that might be seen by TV viewers or athletes. - Published

NCAA president deflects blame on sexual assault policy

The finger-pointing follows a USA TODAY Network investigation about athletes punished for sexual assault. - Published

NCAA looks to Congress for help

NCAA President Mark Emmert says federal lawmakers are likely to pass legislation on athlete compensation. (Dec. 12) - Published

NCAA looks the other way as college athletes punished for sex offenses play on

The NCAA metes out punishments to student athletes for bad grades, smoking pot or taking money. Yet it has no specific penalties for sex assault. - Published

Ohio State No. 1, LSU No. 2 in final NCAA Re-Rank 1-130 of the regular season

Ohio State stays No. 1 in the NCAA Re-Rank 1-130 after the completion of the regular season. LSU is No. 2, Clemson is No. 3 and Oklahoma is No. 4. - Published

Alabama plummets, Ohio State stays No. 1 in NCAA Re-Rank 1-130

Ohio State stays No. 1 in the NCAA Re-Rank 1-130, Georgia rises to No. 4 and Alabama takes a fall to No. 9. - Published

Ohio State stays No. 1, Oregon falls out of top 10 in NCAA Re-Rank 1-130

Ohio State stays at No. 1 in the NCAA Re-Rank 1-130 after beating Penn State. Oregon falls out of the top 10 and Utah rises to No. 6. - Published

NFL upholds indefinite suspension for Browns' Myles Garrett

The NFL upheld Browns defensive end Myles Garrett's indefinite suspension following an onfield brawl. And in college basketball, the NCAA suspended Memphis star James Wiseman for 12 games and ordered..
CBS News - Published

Florida Golf Coast University clarifies 'offers' given to high school football players

Florida Gulf Coast University, which doesn't have an NCAA-sanctioned football team, attempted to clarified "offers" high school players have received. - Published

Memphis star James Wiseman withdraws NCAA lawsuit, indicating agreement may be close

Memphis basketball player James Wiseman has withdrawn his lawsuit against the NCAA, indicating a settlement in the eligibility case may be close. - Published

Kentucky's loss to Evansville ranks as one of the biggest upsets in college hoops history

Evansville's shocking win over blue-blood Kentucky on Tuesday night rates among the biggest non-NCAA tournament upsets ever. - Published

Swifties, rejoice! Taylor Swift will perform a free JamFest concert in Atlanta

Taylor Swift will play a free show as part of April's March Madness Music Festival, the NCAA announced. Find out the details here. - Published

Memphis star freshman basketball player James Wiseman ruled ineligible by NCAA but can play Friday

Memphis star James Wiseman has been ruled ineligible by NCAA, but a judge put a hold on the ruling, pending litigation, so freshman can play Friday. - Published

Ohio State star benched over NCAA eligibility issue

Ohio State announces it will not play star defensive end Chase Young against Maryland this weekend
CBS News - Published

Chase Young will not play vs. Maryland 'due to a possible NCAA issue,' Ohio State says

Ohio State standout and Heisman Trophy candidate Chase Young will not play Saturday against Maryland due to a "possible NCAA issue," the school said. - Published

Roger Stone stands trial, Election Day, college basketball season begins: 5 things to know Tuesday

Roger Stone stands trial over his WikiLeaks contacts, the NCAA basketball season begins, it's Election Day in the U.S. and more news to know Tuesday. - Published

Ohio State remains No. 1 as unbeatens hold top five spots in NCAA Re-Rank 1-130

The top five unbeaten teams in the NCAA Re-Rank 1-130 have gained separation with Ohio State staying No. 1. Florida, meanwhile, fell out of top 10. - Published

Calendar: Week of April 1

From April Fool's Day to the Final Four games of NCAA men's basketball, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.
CBS News - Published

Jay Bilas calls the NCAA's proposal to pay athletes a bluff: It's 'frankly embarrassing'

ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas doesn't buy the NCAA's latest move to change its rules so college athletes can profit off their likeness. - Published

NCAA approves compensation for image, likeness

NCAA approves compensation for image, likeness - Published Also reported by •CBS News

How will the NCAA's new rule impact college recruiting?

USA TODAY Sports' Dan Wolken explains the impact of the NCAA's new rule. - Published

Ole Miss quarterback Grant Tisdale leaves program, enters NCAA transfer portal

Ole Miss quarterback Grant Tisdale, a four-star recruit from their 2019 class, has left the program and entered the NCAA transfer portal. - Published

Seton Hall suspends basketball coach Kevin Willard over NCAA investigation

Kevin Willard's two-game suspension was levied by Seton Hall in response to NCAA investigation into allegations of transfer tampering. - Published

NCAA board votes to let student athletes endorse brands, accept sponsors

U.S. college athletes can profit from brand sponsorships and endorsement deals under a new rule approved on Tuesday by the governing board of the NCAA, the organization that regulates U.S. collegiate..
Reuters - Published

NCAA will allow college athletes to make money off their name and image

NCAA officials on Tuesday opened the door for college athletes to financially benefit from any use of their name, image and likeness, an effort that's already underway in several states. CBSN Boston..
CBS News - Published

California bill will allow NCAA athletes to get paid

California made history Monday by becoming the first state in the country to allow college athletes to get paid for their name and image, while still attending school. Governor Gavin Newsom signed the..
CBS News - Published

NCAA Board of Governors opens door to athletes benefiting from name, image and likeness

The NCAA's top policy-making group issues general guidelines for the prospect of college athletes benefiting from use of their name, image, likeness. - Published

NCAA to let college athletes monetize their likeness

NCAA President Mark Emmert said the move "creates a path to enhance opportunities for student-athletes"
CBS News - Published

Oklahoma falls to No. 9 and the American Athletic shows strength in NCAA Re-Rank 1-130

There's another change at the top of NCAA Re-Rank with Oklahoma falling to No. 9 after a loss. The American Athletic has five teams in Top 25. - Published

Black coaches once ruled college basketball. Now their numbers are dwindling.

While 55% of NCAA Power Five basketball players are black, just 14% of head coaches are. And most of the top jobs go to white colleagues. - Published

Man connected to Colombo crime family tried to fix NCAA game last season, feds say

Eastern District of New York indicted Benjamin Bifalco on sports bribery for trying to get players of a team to throw a NCAA game in December 2018. - Published

Ohio State takes over as the latest No. 1 in NCAA Re-Rank 1-130

There's another change at the top of NCAA Re-rank with Ohio State - after beating Michigan State - moving past Alabama for the No. 1 spot. - Published

NCAA's $208.7 million in legal settlement money finally reaching athletes' mailboxes

More than 43,000 athletes are receiving money from a $208 million settlement of a lawsuit against the NCAA and 11 conferences. - Published

NCAA president Mark Emmert says California law could turn athletes into employees 'pretty fast'

NCAA president Mark Emmert on California law: "This is just a new form of professionalism and a different way of converting students into employees," - Published

California law takes paying college athletes out of the NCAA's hands: Today's talker

The NCAA had its chance to address the unfairness on student-athletes. Now, the National Collegiate Athletic Association has lost control. - Published

Here are some benefits NCAA athletes already are eligible for that you might not know about

With a showdown between NCAA and California looming over bill passed Monday, here are some of the benefits athletes are eligible for including cash. - Published

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AG Barr, Pres. Trump asked foreign officials for help; NCAA athletes to be paid underway new California law
CBS News - Published

49ers' Richard Sherman hopes California's new law 'destroys the NCAA'

49ers CB Richard Sherman backs California's new law, which will allow college athletes to hire agents and be paid for endorsements by 2023. - Published

NCAA athletes could get paid under new California bill

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a new bill that will allow NCAA college athletes to hire agents and seek endorsements. The move is already being disputed by the NCAA, which says it will destroy..
CBS News - Published

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Why He Wants College Athletes to Get Paid

Tuesday: A conversation with the governor about the N.C.A.A. Also: California’s role in the impeachment process, and tributes to Bruce Bochy. - Published

Players on 2013 Louisville settle lawsuit with NCAA, though title will not be restored

Louisville basketball's 2013 title will remain vacated, but former Cardinals players involved in a lawsuit with the NCAA will see statistics restored. - Published

Calif. OKs paid endorsements for college athletes

Defying the NCAA, California opened the way Monday for college athletes to hire agents and make money from endorsement deals with sneaker companies, just like the pros. (Sept. 30) - Published

Warriors' Draymond Green rips NCAA's opposition to Fair Pay to Play, calls organization a 'dictatorship'

Warriors' Draymond Green, Stephen Curry praise California legislation that would let college athletes make money off their name, image and likeness. - Published

LeBron James hails new NCAA law in California

A controversial new law was signed by California's governor Monday, allowing college athletes to earn big paychecks for endorsement deals. As it faces pushback, Jamie Yuccas reports the law is getting..
CBS News - Published

California Gov. Gavin Newsom at center of perfect storm for NCAA on name, image, likeness

Gavin Newsom is a media-savvy, telegenic governor who has had personal experiences with college sports participation and oversight. - Published

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