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No angst about college athletes cashing in at 1st NIL summit

ATLANTA (AP) — Almost a year into the NIL era in college sports, there has been much angst about booster-funded collectives, million-dollar quarterback recruits and the need for federal legislation to...

College sports eye gambling money amid safeguard concerns

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The NCAA stance against gambling on sports by its athletes and those who work in college athletics is summed up simply by the slogan on the posters the association provides to...

Keeping schools out of NIL dealings opened door for boosters

By trying to limit how much schools can help college athletes cashing in on their fame, the NCAA seems to have inadvertently opened the door for boosters to get a foothold in a burgeoning market. ...

As college sports evolve, what will be NCAA president's job?

One of Mark Emmert's go-to lines when talking about his role as NCAA president and the extent of his power to lead the association is to explain how those outside college sports mistakenly believe his...

NCAA President Mark Emmert stepping down no later than 2023

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert is stepping down after 12 tumultuous years leading an association that has become increasingly marginalized while college sports has undergone massive ch...

Top colleges accused of violating Black athletes' rights

A group that advocates for college athletes has filed a federal complaint that claims NCAA Division I schools are violating the civil rights of Black basketball players and major college football play...

Providence routs Richmond to get to 1st Sweet 16 in 25 years

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — As the clock ticked down on Providence's best performance of the season, Friars fans behind the bench were chanting coach Ed Cooley's name. The hometown hero who...

One $hining Moment: Players can cash in on NCAA success

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — This March Madness, basketball players can monetize their shining moments. The NCAA lifted its ban last summer on athletes earning money off their name, image an...

Richmond's methodical offense conjures memories of NCAA lore

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — For college basketball fans of a certain age, hearing the term “Princeton offense” conjures up memories of backdoor cuts, NCAA Tournament drama and a coaching genius in a frumpy s...

Teddy Buckets: New Mexico State upsets UConn 70-63 in NCAA

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — New Mexico State coach Chris Jans was in the hallway of KeyBank Center preparing his pregame speech as Richmond celebrated the day's first victory by a No. 12 seed in a nearby loc...

Providence snaps South Dakota State's streak at 21 in NCAA

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Providence coach Ed Cooley knows it takes some good fortune to make a long run in the NCAA Tournament. So if anyone wants to call his gritty Friars lucky, that's...

Midwest Preview: Sharp-shooting Jackrabbits streak into NCAA

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Beware of Jackrabbits. South Dakota State is bounding into the NCAA Tournament with the nation's longest winning streak at 21 games and the most-accurate 3-point...

A bigger bracket? NCAA transformation could lead to changes

College sports leaders are working to transform the top tier of NCAA athletics, from how Division I should be governed to what should be required of schools to compete at the highest level. ...

7th-seed Virginia Tech upsets Duke, Coach K for ACC title

NEW YORK (AP) — For the second straight Saturday night, Duke failed to deliver Coach K a send-off victory. This time it was Virginia Tech playing party pooper. Hunt...

Virginia Tech beats No. 25 UNC to reach ACC championship

NEW YORK (AP) — Virginia Tech came to Brooklyn a desperate team, in need of a run in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament to have a chance to make the NCAAs. Now the Hokies have ...