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Former Auburn and Oregon quarterback Bo Nix Nix thinks his experience gives him an edge over the other potential first-round quarterbacks.
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Apr 25, 2024
NFL draft pool shrinks as NIL money entices more players to stay in school
Only 58 underclassmen have declared for this week’s draft, the smallest number since 2011.
A ban on propositional betting in collegiate sports isn’t expected to have a material impact on DraftKings’ financial performance.
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Mar 28, 2024
DraftKings shares slump after NCAA proposes college prop bet ban
The NCAA says it is "drawing the line on sports betting to protect student-athletes and to protect the integrity of the game.”
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Jul 19, 2023
Amateur sumo star embarks on journey made for Hollywood with NCAA football move
Hidetora Hanada will be joining the Colorado State Rams, marking another huge step in what has been a whirlwind 16 months for the university sumo superstar.
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BASKETBALL
Apr 8, 2023
Jill Biden stumbles by inviting NCAA winners (and losers) to White House after Women's Final Four
President Joe Biden said both the men’s and women’s basketball champions would be invited to the White House.
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BASKETBALL
Apr 6, 2023
U.S. college basketball star shuns White House invite
Angel Reese, who scored 15 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in the title game, was named the Final Four's Most Outstanding Player.
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Apr 5, 2023
NCAA hit with antitrust lawsuit over student-athlete payments
The lawsuit builds off a 2021 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that said it was illegal for the NCAA to have blocked schools from offering education-related benefits.
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BASKETBALL
Apr 4, 2023
Huskies down San Diego State for fifth NCAA men's basketball crown
UConn's title was its fifth after wins in 1999, 2004, 2011 and 2014.
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BASKETBALL
Apr 3, 2023
LSU overcomes Caitlin Clark and Iowa to win first national title
Louisiana State University blew past Iowa and national player of the year Caitlin Clark 102-85 to win the coveted women's NCAA collegiate basketball crown on Sunday.
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BASKETBALL
Mar 13, 2023
South Carolina tops NCAA women’s tournament field
The 2023 tournament will formally open Wednesday when the first play-in games will be contested.
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BASKETBALL
Mar 13, 2023
Seedings for NCAA men’s tournament show wide-open field
The tournament has an on-any-given-Sunday feel, where blue bloods don’t feel so rich, mid-majors don’t feel so middling and every team enters with questions — even at the top.
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Aug 3, 2022
WADA chief says NCAA should recognize anti-doping code
U.S. college and professional sports have long been viewed as a black hole by anti-doping officials, with spotty testing and punishments often cloaked in secrecy.
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Dec 30, 2021
This college bowl season, the toughest opponent is COVID-19
On Tuesday, hours before the scheduled kickoff in San Diego, UCLA announced that it would not be able to play North Carolina State in the Holiday Bowl.
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BASKETBALL
Mar 21, 2021
The NCAA sees its worst fears realized in a canceled tournament game
It was a Faustian bargain that college basketball made last autumn when it plowed ahead with a season into the headwinds of the coronavirus pandemic. There would be games, college sports administrators declared, because there needed to be a path to the NCAA men’s tournament, which the governing body...
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BASKETBALL
Jan 5, 2021
Indiana to host entire 2021 NCAA men's basketball tournament
The NCAA, in an attempt to limit the threat of coronavirus among teams, announced an agreement Monday to hold its signature men’s basketball tournament entirely in Indiana in March and early April.
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BASKETBALL
Dec 5, 2020
Keisei Tominaga looking forward to taking next step with Nebraska
The 19-year-old, who verbally committed to Nebraska a year ago, has been public about his future ambitions.
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BASKETBALL
Nov 18, 2020
Nebraska coaches confident Keisei Tominaga can make big impact
Hoiberg introduced the 19-year-old as the “Japanese Steph Curry,” a sign of his confidence Tominaga will make a splash in Lincoln, Nebraska.
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SPORTS
Apr 1, 2020
NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility
The NCAA will permit spring sport athletes – such as baseball, softball and lacrosse players – who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus outbreak to have an additional year of eligibility.
BASKETBALL
Mar 27, 2020
NCAA says loss of tournament will cut school payments by 63%
The NCAA will distribute $225 million to schools this year, about 37 percent of its original projection, after the organization canceled its main source of income, the men's basketball tournament, due to the coronavirus.
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BASKETBALL
Mar 3, 2020
NCAA leaders weighing options for March Madness due to COVID-19 concerns
The NCAA is examining all options for the upcoming 68-team men's basketball tournament, including the possibility of holding games without fans, as the coronavirus continues to spread across the U.S.
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Jul 1, 2019
Abdul Hakim Sani Brown races ahead with confident showing at nationals
His demeanor already stood out before the race.

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