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Review of NCAA's business pushes association to get creative in supporting schools, athletes

On the same day the NCAA released the results of a business review encouraging the association to find creative ways to support its member, it announced Wednesday it was crafting detailed rules for na...

NCAA made a 'big mistake' by not setting up framework for NIL compensation, new president says

WASHINGTON (AP) — NCAA President Charlie Baker said Thursday he wants a federal law to regulate the way college athletes can be compensated for endorsement deals that creates a registry of deals, agen...

Saban goes to Washington: Alabama coach set to lead SEC contingent on lobbying trip

DESTIN, Fla. (AP) — Alabama's Nick Saban is among a contingent of coaches and administrators from the Southeastern Conference scheduled to meet with lawmakers in Washington next week to make a case fo...

Indiana man center of gambling probes involving Alabama, Cincinnati baseball, AP sources say

An Indiana man whose son is a member of the University of Cincinnati baseball team is the bettor at the center of separate investigations that led to the firings of Alabama coach Brad Bohannon and two...

As legalized gambling becomes pervasive, NCAA rules against it remain strict with tough penalties

More than 40 athletes from Iowa and Iowa State could be facing discipline from both law enforcement and the NCAA for impermissible online wagering. The NCAA consequences could be far wor...

Will gambling case at Alabama ripple across college sports?

Alabama fired its baseball coach this week amid an investigation into suspicious bets involving a Crimson Tide game at LSU. The school did not give details about why Brad Bohannon was le...

Big Ten hires ex-MLB exec Tony Petitti as new commissioner

Former Major League Baseball executive Tony Petitti has been named the next commissioner of the Big Ten, the conference announced Wednesday. Petitti replaces Kevin Warren beginning May 1...

New antitrust lawsuit against NCAA seeks millions in damages

The attorneys who beat the NCAA in the Supreme Court have filed a new class-action antitrust lawsuit against the association and the five wealthiest college sports conferences that seeks millions of d...

Penn State hires VCU's Rhoades as men's basketball coach

Penn State hired VCU's Mike Rhoades on Wednesday as its men's basketball coach, bringing in the Pennsylvania native to take over a program coming off its first NCAA Tournament appearance in more than ...

Congressional hearing targets 'NIL chaos' in college sports

A congressional hearing Wednesday targeting “NIL chaos” in college sports drifted into the ramifications of athletes being deemed employees of their schools and mostly highlighted those who support co...

FAU's Final Four run fueled by sacrifice; 'No ego, no pride'

NEW YORK (AP) — After being knocked out of the NCAA Tournament by a Florida Atlantic team that has defied expectation and description all season, Kansas State coach Jerome Tang described the secret to...

FAU holds off Nowell and K-State to reach 1st Final Four

NEW YORK (AP) — Alijah Martin sent a message early for upstart Florida Atlantic, soaring to the basket for a one-handed jam and chirping with the Kansas State players about his poster moment at Madiso...

Different types of transfers helped KSU, FAU to Elite Eight

NEW YORK (AP) — To get a sense of where Kansas State and Florida Atlantic sit in college basketball's hierarchy, look at their transfers. The Wildcats have nine players who previously pl...

Florida Atlantic makes first Elite Eight, bounces Tennessee

NEW YORK (AP) — When the horn sounded on the greatest victory in the history of Florida Atlantic athletics, Nick Boyd and Bryan Greenlee hopped onto the press row table to celebrate. Ins...

NYC guards lead Michigan State, K-State to Sweet 16 at MSG

NEW YORK (AP) — Stories of New York City point guards have an almost mythical quality. There are Hall of Famers and trailblazers such as Bob Cousy and Nate “Tiny” Archibald. In the 1980s...