College Basketball

A Maricopa County judge ruled the Arizona Board of Regents must give ESPN a copy of the Notice of Allegations from the NCAA relating to its investigation of the University of Arizona’s men’s basketball program, which was launched after one of its coaches pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bribery for taking money from “athlete advisors” in exchange for using his position to encourage players to retain the services of those advisors.

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NCAA Fights to Take Point on Student-Athlete Compensation

Championing his organization as the entity best positioned to reform how college athletes are compensated, the head of the NCAA appeared Tuesday before the U.S. Senate to warn against an incoming tide of state laws that will let college athletes profit off their likenesses.

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University Presidents Call New Student Athlete Pay Law a ‘Crisis’

Less than three months after California passed a landmark law that will allow college athletes to earn money from the commercial use of their likeness, the National Collegiate Athletic Association held its annual convention in the Golden State Thursday to address the elephant in the room.

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