At annual convention, athletic association's legislative bodies to consider proposals on a wide variety of issues affecting recruiting, eligibility and institutional finances.
As 3 football coaches lose jobs for mistreating players, have the rules about acceptable behavior -- and the balance of power in college sports -- changed?
Pilot program to collect graduation data from NCAA Division III institutions draws criticism from some who say they cannot afford it.
Scholars at NCAA convention offer suggestions for how to cut skyrocketing costs of college sports.
At association's annual convention, where new rules and regulations are considered, U.S. education secretary offers a few suggestions of his own.
As NCAA convention closes, Division II votes to give its athletes more time away from their sports.
At time of financial peril in higher education, USA Today data show level of institutional financing for athletics programs is large and growing.
A federal appeals court affirms federal board's ruling, saying U. of South Carolina can't register "SC" as trademark.
Georgia Southern men's basketball is latest sports program to suffer NCAA penalties because athletics employee did course work for players.
Federal appeals court sides sweepingly with female former athletes who sued U. of California-Davis.
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