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Breaking Rules is Part of the Cycle in College Football
Last Updated: 8/25/2011
Gene Marsh lives and works in the ugly den of college sports. There may be no one alive who knows the NCAA’s enforcement process from as many angles.
 
PV safety
Last Updated: 3/31/2011
Should pole vaulters be required to wear helmets?
 
Experts Stress Need for Acclimation with Conditioning Drills
Last Updated: 3/9/2011
Experts say that new student-athletes and those coming back to campus after a break may need an opportunity to acclimate and that coaches and strength and conditioning professionals should take that into consideration when devising their off-season and preseason plans.
 
2011 SOFTBALL SCHEDULE
Last Updated: 1/20/2011
2011 SOFTBALL SCHEDULE
 
NCAA Amateurism Certification a Snap for Most, but Cases Can Be Complex
Last Updated: 1/8/2011
Prospective student-athletes who register with the NCAA Eligibility Center must complete sport-specific amateurism questions designed to get a picture of the prospective student-athlete’s nonscholastic participation. The answers to those questions may or may not reveal an amateurism violation.
 
NCAA Mulling Tougher Penalties Two Years After Panel
Last Updated: 1/8/2011
The NCAA has been busy this season, investigating schools from Auburn to Georgia to North Carolina while trying to crack down on problems tied to sports agents.
 
N.C. A&T Trainer Urged Against Sickle Cell Test
Last Updated: 1/8/2011
The top athletic trainer at North Carolina A&T State University counseled coaches to save money by not testing for sickle cell trait two days before a student died because of the condition, a newspaper reported Friday.
 
Despite Criticism, NCAA Takes Firm Stance on Professionalism
Last Updated: 1/8/2011
From the stiff penalties assessed Southern California in the Reggie Bush case to the pay-for-play soap opera surrounding Cam Newton to the pending suspensions of Ohio State football players for selling jerseys, rings and other trinkets, the last six months have underscored a key NCAA commandment: College athletes are not to be paid, not to cash in on their prominence, never to cross any kind of line of professionalism.
 
Back-to-Back National Title Winning Cross Country Runner Sets Sights on Higher Education
Last Updated: 12/15/2010
Lukas Verzbicas is a 17-year-old in a hurry. He took classes all summer because he wants to graduate from Carl Sandburg High in Orland Park, Ill., next May, a year early, to seek tougher completion in college as a distance runner.
 
Secondary NCAA Violations Could Carry Suspensions for Coaches
Last Updated: 12/15/2010
College football coaches now run the risk of being suspended by the NCAA for one or more games if they commit a secondary recruiting violation, such as exceeding phone-call limits or sending a text message to a recruit.
 
NCAA President: 'We Can Never' Get to Place Where Athletes are Paid
Last Updated: 12/15/2010
Is a college student majoring in dance or theater all that different from a basketball player aspiring for a professional career?
 
NCAA Rule Backfiring on Juniors
Last Updated: 12/5/2010
Last summer, the NCAA adopted a new rule that went unnoticed by many people. Well, they're starting to notice now.
 
Cosby Can Laugh Now, but Football Was Serious Business
Last Updated: 12/5/2010
Bill Cosby dreamed about football for most of his life — often playing better than he had at Temple University decades earlier.
 
Football Player's Death Points to Screening Limits for Concussions
Last Updated: 12/5/2010
Nathan Stiles' parents had little reason to doubt their 17-year-old son was ready to return to the football field after suffering an apparent concussion at the homecoming game. He spent weeks resting, and a doctor gave him the all clear to play again. Even a CT scan that usually detects more serious head injuries came back negative, his mother said.
 
Buoyed by Brothers’ Love, a Paralyzed Player Refuses to Quit
Last Updated: 11/29/2010
This is how the day often starts for Tyler Coppola, one of the most feared running backs in Massachusetts high school football: He helps his 18-year-old brother Jared get dressed, hoists him over a broad shoulder, and carries him up a flight of stairs for breakfast.
 
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