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Supreme Court Sides With
College Athletes on Benefits
Jun 21, 2021 10:10 AM CDT
Supreme Court Sides With College Athletes on Benefits
Ruling could make it easier for them to be compensated for non-tuition expenses
- In a ruling that could push changes in college athletics, the Supreme Court on Monday unanimously sided with a group of former college athletes over rules limiting certain compensation. The high court ruled that NCAA limits on the education-related benefits that colleges can offer athletes who play Division I basketball...
Sources: Krzyzewski's 42nd
Season at Duke to Be His Last
Jun 2, 2021 1:59 PM CDT
Sources: Krzyzewski's 42nd Season at Duke to Be His Last
Blue Devils basketball coach reportedly plans to retire when season is done
- A shockwave rippled through the college basketball world on Wednesday with sources saying that the 2021-2022 season—Mike Krzyzewski's 42nd—will be his last as coach of Duke University's Blue Devils. ESPN says it confirmed the news via multiple sources who said that associate head coach Jon Scheyer...
Baylor Ends Gonzaga's
Apr 6, 2021 12:07 AM CDT
Baylor Ends Gonzaga's Perfect Season
The Bears win their first NCAA men's basketball championship
- Baylor knew it would need to play to near-perfection to end Gonzaga's flawless season. The Bears just about did. Jared Butler and their dynamic backcourt hit their first five 3-pointers and never cooled off. Undersized big man Mark Vital delivered as many headaches as bruises. Their bench was superb,...
He Carried Team to NCAA
Tournament, Died Days Later
Mar 26, 2021 10:07 AM CDT
He Carried Team to NCAA Tournament, Died Days Later
Oscar Frayer, sister die in car accident, just like their father
- A basketball player from Grand Canyon University has died days after playing in his first NCAA tournament. California native Oscar Frayer, 23—who lost his father in a car accident when he was only 7—died in a Tuesday car accident that also killed his older sister, 28-year-old Andrea Moore,...
To Get to Sweet 16,
Needed a Lift From His Kid
Mar 22, 2021 12:01 AM CDT
To Get to Sweet 16, Legendary Boeheim Needed a Lift From His Kid
Buddy Boeheim helps carry Syracuse Orange forward
- Buddy Boeheim kept shooting, carrying his Hall of Fame father and 11th-seeded Syracuse back into the Sweet 16. The Orange, a top program for four decades under Jim Boeheim, once again showed they're just as dangerous as an NCAA Tournament afterthought. “To win two games and be doubted...
NCAA Answers Women
on Unequal Weight Rooms
Mar 20, 2021 4:50 PM CDT
NCAA Answers Women on Unequal Weight Rooms
Discussion expands to different treatment for men's, women's tournaments
- NCAA basketball administrators apologized to women's basketball players and coaches after inequities between the men's and women's tournaments went viral on social media and vowed to do better. NCAA Senior Vice President of Basketball Dan Gavitt vowed to do better during a Zoom call Friday, the AP...
Creighton Players Make Video
Explaining 'Plantation' Outrage
Mar 7, 2021 9:00 AM CST
Creighton Players Make Video Explaining 'Plantation' Outrage
Their coach made some shocking post-loss remarks
- Five Creighton basketball players explained in a short pregame video Saturday why they were hurt by coach Greg McDermott's remarks in his locker room talk following a loss last weekend, per the AP . A sixth player who didn't speak in the video, star guard Marcus Zegarowski, said after...
Creighton Coach Apologizes for
'Terribly Inappropriate' Remark
Mar 3, 2021 10:30 AM CST
Creighton Coach Apologizes for 'Terribly Inappropriate' Remark
Greg McDermott pleaded with basketball players to 'stay on the plantation'
- Creighton coach Greg McDermott apologized Tuesday for urging his players to "stay on the plantation" in a postgame locker room talk following a weekend loss. In a statement posted on Twitter , McDermott said he used a "terribly inappropriate analogy in making a point about staying together as a...
Hall of Fame
Jan 29, 2021 4:05 PM CST
Hall of Fame Coach 'Led By Example'
John Chaney mentored athletes off the court while winning more than 700 games
- In 24 seasons as Temple's head basketball coach, John Chaney's team was left out of the NCAA or NIT tournament precisely once. He won consistently despite having only one consensus All-American in that time—Mark Macon, a guard. "Many of my players came from environments where people...
NCAA Calls It 'Pay-for-Play.'
Now, SCOTUS Will Decide
Dec 16, 2020 12:23 PM CST
NCAA Calls It 'Pay-for-Play.' Now, SCOTUS Will Decide
High court agrees to review case on athlete compensation
- The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to review a court decision that the NCAA says blurs "the line between student-athletes and professionals" by removing caps on education-related money that certain football and basketball players can receive. The high court's action comes after a three-judge panel of the 9th...
Dec 13, 2020 1:25 PM CST
Basketball Star Collapses Face-First
Keyontae Johnson had just dunked the ball and celebrated
- Alley-oop, celebrate ... and collapse. Florida Gators basketball star Keyontae Johnson fell face-first on the court Saturday after his team had broken a huddle, TMZ reports. His teammates shouted for help and Johnson was taken away on a stretcher to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, where he's in critical but stable condition....
Study: Black Athletes Lose Out
Under NCAA 'Amateur' Rule
Sep 1, 2020 7:57 PM CDT
Study: Black Athletes Lose Out Under NCAA 'Amateur' Rule
If they were paid, players would get an average of up to $500K each
- The "amateur" system at Power 5 colleges has become an effective system to transfer wealth from poorer—and often Black—athletes to mostly white students and administrators, according to a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research. The NBER estimates that if the student athletes were allowed...
NCAA Has Big News
About March Madness
Mar 11, 2020 4:22 PM CDT
NCAA Has Big News About March Madness
NCAA President Mark Emmert closes tournament games due to the coronavirus
- NCAA President Mark Emmert says NCAA Division I basketball tournament games will not be open to the general public because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus, the AP reports. Emmert said in a statement Wednesday that he made the decision to conduct both the men's and women's...
Lo and Behold,
It's Bob Knight
Feb 8, 2020 2:30 PM CST
Lo and Behold, Indiana Fans: It's Bob Knight
The 'combustible coach' returns to Indiana to be honored at half-time
- Bob Knight ended his 20-year split with Indiana on Saturday. The 79-year-old combustible coach was on campus and was expected to be honored at Assembly Hall during halftime of the Hoosiers' game against rival Purdue, the AP reports. School officials were also to salute Knight's 1980 Big Ten championship...
Brawl Breaks Out Between
NCAA Rivals: 'This Is Terrible'
Jan 22, 2020 7:21 AM CST
Brawl Breaks Out Between NCAA Rivals: 'This Is Terrible'
It happened in final seconds of game between University of Kansas, Kansas State
- "Just no point to it." That was one ESPN announcer's reaction to the end of the NCAA basketball game Tuesday between the University of Kansas' Jayhawks and Kansas State's Wildcats. NBC News reports that, with just seconds left, the Jayhawks' Silvio De Sousa was dribbling out...
Kansas: We're Really
Sorry About This Show
Oct 5, 2019 5:00 PM CDT
Kansas: We're Really Sorry About This Show
The university's Late Night at the Phog event got wilder than expected
- The University of Kansas apologized for its risque Late Night at the Phog event in which rapper Snoop Dogg performed, stripper poles were wheeled onto the Allen Fieldhouse floor, and fake money was shot over the heads of prospective recruits, the AP reports. Athletic director Jeff Long said Friday night...
California's Seismic Decision
Could Reshape College Sports
Sep 30, 2019 10:00 AM CDT
California's Seismic Decision Could Reshape College Sports
State will let college athletes hire agents, make money from endorsements
- California will let college athletes hire agents and make money from endorsements, defying the NCAA and setting up a likely legal challenge that could reshape amateur sports in the US. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday he signed the law that would let athletes at California universities make money from...
Coach of National
Champs Declines Raise
Sep 17, 2019 12:36 PM CDT
Coach of National Champs Declines Raise
Move by University of Virginia's Tony Bennett is making waves
- University of Virginia men's basketball coach Tony Bennett has declined a pay raise offered by the school and instead asked school officials for additional compensation for his staff and program improvement, the AP reports. University officials said in a news release Monday that Bennett did sign a one-year contract...
Latest Team to
Turn Down WH
Invite: 'Difficult, If
Apr 27, 2019 6:30 AM CDT
Latest Team to Turn Down WH Invite: 'Difficult, If Not Impossible'
Tony Bennett, coach of Virginia Cavaliers, says it's a scheduling issue
- The Virginia Cavaliers won their first-ever NCAA men's basketball championship in early April by beating Texas Tech, and like many victors, the University of Virginia men's basketball team may have had a chance to visit the White House—except the team's coach says they're not going,...
Nobody Filling Out
an NCAA Bracket
Mar 26, 2019 7:42 AM CDT
Nobody Filling Out an NCAA Bracket Has Ever Done This
Gregg Nigl of Ohio is perfect through 48 games. And he had no idea
- Of the millions of people who have filled out March Madness brackets in major contests across the US, only one fan has gotten all 48 games right so far. Pretty impressive. Even more impressive? Nobody has ever done that before in the history of bracket contests, according to NCAA.com...
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