The University of Michigan on Monday released the results of a July audit showing that the university's football team did not turn in required forms that track the amount of time players spend practicing. The revelation comes as the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the university look into allegations that the Wolverine football program broke NCAA rules limiting the amount of time players participate in athletic activities.
- College athletes say they devote too much time to sports year-round
- Are selective colleges with big-time sports at greater risk for compromising academics?
- 50-Yard-Line Seats and Faculty Oversight
- Too Many Academically Challenged Athletes
- Should the NCAA prevent convicted criminals from playing college sports?
- NCAA bans SMU basketball from postseason, suspends coach for 9 games
- Some presidents face steep learning curve with athletics
- Closing Argument
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