New Study Reignites Discussion Of NCAA’s Role in Concussion Prevention
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New Study Reignites Discussion Of NCAA’s Role in Concussion Prevention

May 5th, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair
A little over a week-and-a-half ago, a new study published in the Social Science & Medicine journal joined a growing body of literature attempting to document how concussions among college athletes are suffered, treated, and...
The Law Of Unintended Consequences And The NCAA’s Oklahoma State Decision
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The Law Of Unintended Consequences And The NCAA’s Oklahoma State Decision

April 28th, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair
Just last week, the NCAA handed down a ruling concluding its ongoing investigation into the Oklahoma State football program. This investigation was put into motion primarily on the basis of a salacious five-part 2013 Sports...
Notre Dame AD Swarbrick Suggests A Split in College Athletics Is On the Horizon
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Notre Dame AD Swarbrick Suggests A Split in College Athletics Is On the Horizon

April 21st, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair
A little over a month ago and on the eve of the start of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick revealed a vision for the future of college athletics that was – if such a thing is possible –...
College Football’s Conference Championship Week May Soon Look Very Different
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College Football’s Conference Championship Week May Soon Look Very Different

April 16th, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair
In the immediate aftermath of its men’s basketball tournament, the NCAA quietly revealed that there are steps already underway that could materially affect the way its football champion is determined in the not-too-distant...
NCAA Addresses Its Dome Problem
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NCAA Addresses Its Dome Problem

April 7th, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair
As the curtain falls on another fantastic college basketball season, my attention is already shifting toward the NCAA’s recent announcement that it will soon correct one of the biggest issues facing its premier annual event. I...
The NCAA Denies All Responsibility For Academic Fraud
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The NCAA Denies All Responsibility For Academic Fraud

March 31st, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair
Earlier this month, buried beneath the start of the conference basketball tournaments and the onset of its most anticipated, and profitable, event – the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament – the NCAA once again took the...