National Collegiate Athletic Association

Big-time college athletic programs treat athletes like "commodities" and aren't "giving them the education that they deserve," the senator said.
The Duke basketball star's injury is more proof that it's time to change restrictive NBA and NCAA rules that only hurt players.
Nassar plead guilty to assaulting girls and women at the university while working as a campus sports doctor.
Hundreds of former players seek compensation for the health issues we now face.
College basketball -- played by (honest) professionals. Just like the olden days.
We’re expected to believe these elite athletes are just regular students who play sports in their spare time.
The documents tie some of the biggest names and programs in the sport to activity that appears to violate the NCAA’s amateurism rules.
The punishment stems from a basketball team staffer paying prostitutes to have sex with players and recruits.
The soundtrack to the three federal basketball corruption cases is essentially a ticking time bomb, which will inevitably explode.
The NFL just agreed to pay out $765 million for injury settlements, medical monitoring, and care for former players who suffered concussions and other brain injuries. While the NCAA may be turning a blind eye, college athletes are starting to take notice.
The Army-Navy game and Heisman Trophy presentation have come to represent the opposite poles of what might still be called major intercollegiate football.
The overall system of collegiate athletics is faulty and hypocritical. It's a system that favors every rung of the athletic equation except for the most central cog: the athlete.
It is time for Commissioner Goodell and his colleagues to follow the NCAA's lead and set advertising standards that prevent their games from becoming a platform for advocating someone else's cause.
Over the past year, 169 players have "disappeared" from the rosters of the teams in the men's basketball tournament. This means they disappear from enrollment rolls at the same time.