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Should College Athletes be paid? Let's Look At It From an Economic and Legal Standpoint by Shyaz Art

Should College Athletes Be paid? Let’s Look At It From an Economic and Legal Standpoint

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A university revoked Kyle Hendrick’s scholarship after he had a knee injury. 1,661 more words

NCAA Division I Transfers - The 5 most important things to know when considering transferring to a new school

Your son or daughter was recruited to play Division I sports – how cool?!  Right! You find the perfect school, with the a great coach and off your kid goes to have a great college sports experience.  414 more words

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Oops I think we broke college basketball...

On April 25, 2018, the Commission on College Basketball released its Report to Address the Issues Facing Collegiate Basketball.  The Basketball Commission, chaired by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, was the NCAA’s response to federal indictments released on September 26, 2017, which alleged that cash payments were made to prospective and enrolled men’s basketball student-athletes from agents and apparel companies, in some cases to secure the athlete’s enrollment at an NCAA Division I member school. 326 more words

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New NCAA Rules Take Effect

The NCAA confirms that new rules restricting recruiting conversations are now in effect. Their confirmation comes after the conclusion of the Division I Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday. 563 more words

College Recruiting

New Recruiting Rules Likely Effective on April 24

The NCAA’s Division I Council voted to end early recruiting.  The new rules do not take effect until its is approved by the Division I Board of Directors at their meeting on April 24.   270 more words

College Recruiting

Coach Hutch: I Pray Every Day that It Goes Through

University of Michigan Head Coach Carol Hutchins weighs in before a critical vote by the NCAA Division I Council on new rules to restrict early recruiting. 24 more words

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NCAA Rule Changes - What changed for Lacrosse

From what we’ve heard through several different grapevines, changes to NCAA rules for recruiting in most sports will change in April.  The Division I council meets April 16 and 17 to vote on whether to ban recruiting contact and unofficial visits before a student-athlete’s junior year of high school.   512 more words

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