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College Athletes Don’t Get Paid To Play. These States Want To Change That.
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NCAA Division 1 schools alone generated at least $9.15 billion in revenue during fiscal 2015. Coaches make millions.
Jimmy Kimmel Mocks Basketball 'Jinx' Ted Cruz With Lori Loughlin Zinger
The host dunked on the senator after his tweet allegedly cursed Texas Tech in the NCAA championship.
Texas Tech Fans Blame Ted Cruz's 'Cursed' Selfie For Championship Loss
The senator tweeted with 35 seconds to go and Texas Tech up by 1 over Virginia in the NCAA final. The jinx was on.
Auburn Gymnast Samantha Cerio Suffers Grotesque Injuries In Floor Routine (GRAPHIC)
"Nothing ever goes as planned," said the college senior, who dislocated both knees and sustained multiple torn ligaments.
The NCAA Is Losing Its Fight To Keep Exploiting College Athletes
As the Final Four begins, the question is no longer whether college sports "amateurism" will die. It’s when and how it finally will.
Adorable Puppies Help Jimmy Fallon Predict NCAA Final Four Winner
"The Tonight Show" host enlisted some ridiculously cute dogs to help make his forecast.
Villanova Fans Jump Fire To Celebrate NCAA Basketball Title
Students climbed trees to break off branches for the flames.
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No. 11 Loyola Chicago Reaches Final Four For First Time Since 1963
By Jay Busbee, Yahoo Sports
Sister Jean, Loyola's 98-year-old team chaplain, was there to cheer them as they defeated Kansas State.
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Radio Host Defends 'F**k' Tweet At 98-Year-Old Nun And Team Chaplain
"I don't regret the joke," Cody McClure said of his message about Sister Jean of Loyola University Chicago.
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Nothing Says March Madness Like A Coach Stripping To The Waist
"It's the happiest I've ever been in my life," Nevada coach Eric Musselman said.
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Michigan Stuns Houston With Wild Buzzer Beater In NCAA Tournament
By Jason Owens, Yahoo Sports
Freshman Jordan Poole hit a desperation three pointer as time expired to secure a 64-63 win.
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No. 16 UMBC Defeats No. 1 Virginia In Biggest Upset In Men's NCAA Tournament History
It's the first time in the men's NCAA tournament a No. 16 seed has defeated a No. 1 seed.
A Guy Crashes Through A Table In Snow To Celebrate NCAA Tournament Upset
Well, that's one way to show support for your team.
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MSU Athletic Director Mark Hollis Resigns In Wake Of Larry Nassar Scandal
Nassar, who worked for the school for years, was sentenced this week to up to 175 years in prison.
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NCAA Will Investigate Michigan State University Over Larry Nassar: Report
Nassar's sentencing hearing is expected to end later this week.
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3 UCLA Basketball Players Arrested In China On Shoplifting Charges
One of them is LiAngelo Ball, brother of Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball and son of outspoken sports dad LaVar Ball.
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Creating A Culture Of Concussion Safety Requires Teamwork All Season Long, Not Just One Day
Brooke de Lench
Executive Director: MomsTeam Institute, Inc, Producer: The Sma...
“If I can get up and walk away from it, yeah, I’ll probably keep playing,” one player said.
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A Trip To The Men's Room Turned Jeff Kessler Into The NCAA's Worst Nightmare
Forty years after stumbling into sports law, the prominent antitrust attorney is fighting to reshape college sports -- and get players paid.
The Death Penalty And Mercy: Dear Governors, Can You Spare A Pardon?
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence & Political...
William Morva was executed by the state of Virginia last Thursday. He became the 14th person to be executed this year and
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People Keep Voting In Support Of The Death Penalty. So How Can We End It?
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By Austin Sarat, Amherst College Ending the death penalty in the United States won’t be easy. After death penalty abolitionists
It's Time To Dispel The Myth That Athletics Can Bankroll A College
Brian C. Mitchell
Higher ed advisor, director of Edvance Foundation; former coll...
The wealth of universities cannot currently rely on athletics to drive their finances. Here's how to change that.
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