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NCAA rules allow boosters to help athletes accused of sexual assault

Many universities provide lists of friendly lawyers to athletes accused of sexual assault and other crimes but don't provide the same help to victims or nonathletes with legal troubles. U of Tennessee settlement raises questions about the practice, which the NCAA permits.

Baruch College gave players more than $250,000 in impermissible aid

College -- with a vice president playing a key role -- awarded thousands in financial aid based on athletic criteria, violating Division III's core principle. Such violations seem to be spreading.

Petition demands that NCAA ban athletes with violent pasts

USA Swimming recently banned a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault. A petition signed by 130,000 people urges the National Collegiate Athletic Association to adopt a similar stance.

Breaking NCAA rules hurts -- and sometimes helps -- institutions' fund-raising efforts

Study finds that high-reputation institutions stand to lose the most when breaking NCAA rules. But some loyal alumni are still there to help even in times of crisis.

NCAA hesitant to condemn religious institutions that have requested Title IX waivers

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Association earned praise for condemning Indiana law that permitted discrimination against gay people. Why doesn't it take a similar stance against its own members?

NCAA finds Southern Mississippi basketball staff committed academic fraud

In a case showing the reach of college sports corruption, a former head men's basketball coach at the University of Southern Mississippi instructed his assistants to complete junior college course work for recruits.

Dozens of Division III colleges violated financial aid rules in past decade

Though it's a violation of the division's "bedrock principle," the number of Division III colleges that consider athletic ability when making financial aid decisions is increasing.

Team's academic success not likely to advance coach's career, study finds

New paper finds little correlation between a coach's career advancement and the academic success of a team's players.

U of Michigan's spring break plans for football players prompt criticism

University of Michigan's head coach scheduled a series of practices during a spring break trip to Florida, prompting outcry from those urging colleges to ease the time demands on athletes. Some say the controversy is overblown.

Athletes are more likely to be find employment, be engaged at work, study suggests

New Gallup-Purdue study finds comparatively high levels of well-being and engagement among college athletes.

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