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With contact not allowed, coaches and basketball recruits go to nods, waves and peace signs

SUWANEE, Ga. – Dennis Smith Jr. is a 6-foot-3, walking highlight of a point guard who isn’t afraid to embrace his unreal athleticism. Truth is, though, his basketball IQ might be his most unstoppable attribute. 869 more words


Alabama self-reported 13 minor violations last academic year, including one for men's basketball

Minor rules violations aren’t seen as a huge deal amongst athletic departments, provided that there aren’t a massive number of them. If anything, finding and self-reporting such mistakes to the NCAA is seen as a sign that the school’s compliance department is doing its best to make sure that its coaches, administrators and athletes remain mindful of the rules. 150 more words

Examining the Latest College Basketball Rule Changes

Ben Goren (@BenG412) and Jason Dorow (@jasondorow) are back to walk you through some new rule changes in men’s and women’s college basketball

Ben Goren: Normally, Drizzy and Goren is reserved for podcasts, but since you’re working up in Wausau, Wisconsin, or as Dante referred to it, “Circle 4,” Jason, we have to take this to the printed word. 1,461 more words

Men's Basketball

Jabrill Peppers Blasts NCAA For 'Lil Indentured Servant Checks,' Infers He Can't Afford To Eat

By Ashley Dunkak

CBS DETROIT – Michigan defensive back Jabrill Peppers appears to have picked a side in the debate of whether the NCAA is taking good enough care of college athletes. 210 more words


Report: Mother of Kansas forward has ties to firm specializing in 'loans to potential high draft picks'

Saturday afternoon Kansas freshman forward Cliff Alexander missed his third straight game due to an ongoing investigation into his eligibility by the NCAA. According to a… 368 more words

You Would Think We Would Be Used to This by Now

Note that this post is not called The Schottenheimer Effect. If you have been reading this blog on a regular basis, then you know what I’m talking about. 833 more words


2015 NCAA Convention: New Changes & How They May Affect NCAA Gymnastic

The 2015 NCAA Convention concluded today, and with it comes many historic resolutions and changes to NCAA programs across the country.

As NCAA Chairman Mark Emmert said, “We don’t have the luxury of determining the pace of change that’s going on around us. 1,289 more words

College Gymnastics