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  • Change coming for NCAA When training camps for big-time college football teams open in August, behemoth linemen and other players will get their first taste of new rules regarding how much food Division I schools can provide their athletes. In short, as much as they want. That's assuming a proposal that came out of the NCAA legislative council this week gets approved, as expected, by the Division I board of directors ... 11 hours ago
  • NCAA President: 'change is needed – and it must come from within' Mark Emmert responds to Tacoma News Tribune column. "Converting student-athletes into unionized employees throws the baby out with the bath water," he writes. Click to Continue » 16 hours ago
  • UNLV football changes minds… for a week By now I’m sure you’ve heard the news, UNLV football has pulled off one of the greatest upsets in school history. I don’t want to call it one of the greatest upsets in NCAA football history because that may be going a bit too far. 19 hours ago
  • UK football notebook: NCAA proposal makes eating a little less nutty UK dietitian Monica Fowler hopes the food aspect of the football players' training will be less tricky come Thursday when the NCAA is set to vote on a proposal that would allow Division I schools to provide unlimited meals and snacks to all athletes. 1 day ago
  • NCAA president Mark Emmert continued his case against unions on Friday Not surprisingly, NCAA president Mark Emmert said Friday that unions could be a doomsday scenario for the current structure of college sports. 2 days ago
  • UCLA football: Bruins ready to fill plates under new NCAA food rule A proposed NCAA rule change would allow athletes unlimited meals and snacks. 'You can never complain about getting more food,' says Brett Hundley. UCLA football players might be receiving more than food for thought. 3 days ago
  • Football. A Great Cause Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and leaders from the Orlando Sports Foundation (OSF) announced the creation of the Cure Bowl, a postseason NCAA football game with strong ties to charitable organizations working to find a cure for breast cancer. 4 days ago
  • Why NCAA Should Not Expand the College Football Playoff Proponents of an expanded College Football Playoff should have cringed over the UConn-Kentucky men’s basketball NCAA Tournament championship game. The matchup of two underachieving regular-season teams perfectly illustrates exactly why football needs to keep the invitations to its playoff to a minimum. UConn and Kentucky—seeded seventh and eighth in the tournament, respectively—ranked Nos. 18 ... 5 days ago
  • NCAA football attendance topped 50 million in 2013 Concerns about college football attendance have been highlighted in recent years, but the 2013 season saw more people attend games than ever before. The National Football Foundation released some attendance facts on Wednesday, reporting NCAA football attendance topped 50 million for the first time in history (50,291,275 fans, to be precise). That includes a bowl attendance… 1 week ago
  • A look at the pecking order in college sports ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — An NCAA proposal would give the five biggest conferences a chance to make their own rules, a nod to the revenue their football and basketball programs produce and their need to help players close the gap between the worth of a scholarship and the price of attending college. 2 weeks ago

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