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Will Miami Get The Death Penalty?

In the wake of a Yahoo! sports report that opened the shades on one of the biggest college athletic scandals in history, many are questioning what punishment the NCAA will hand to the University of Miami once their investigation is complete. Could the death penalty be a possibility?

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NCAA Approves APR Cutline Increase

We had a feeling this NCAA summit was going to be different.

In the past, these "summits" were kind of like bench-clearing brawls.  Lots of pushing and shoving, but no real substance.

But this time, the NCAA said there were serious issue

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Boise State Fires Their Athletic Director

Bleymaier had been on the job at Boise for 30 years

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NCAA Looks at Three Main Topics for Change

Is reform coming to the NCAA?

Fifty-four college presidents and a cross section of athletic administrators and conference commissioners are meeting to discuss serious reform in how the NCAA does business.

The three main topics are i

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Chip Kelly Dodges Investigation Questions

Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly met with the press yesterday at PAC-12 media day. Knowing that he would be asked about the current NCAA investigation into the Ducks program, Kelly opened by telling the media he would not answer any questions about the probe. Needless to say, the media members still peppered him with questions about Will Lyles.

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Ohio State to Avoid Worst Charges

When the NCAA comes calling, the worst charges possible include a failure to monitor or a lack of institutional control.
It appears Ohio State has managed to avoid those two charges.

Ohio State will meet with the NCAA Committee on Infractions on August 12th, but, in a letter sent Thursday, the organ

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NCAA Accepts LSU’s Self-Imposed Sanctions

The NCAA Committee on Infractions has accepted the self-imposed sanctions by LSU in the case of a former coach and the recruitment of a former student-athlete.

The Committee also applauded LSU's com

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Report: Tressel had Earlier Issues with Compliance

Years before memorabilia-gate, former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel had other issues with compliance at the school.

Former athletics director Andy Geiger rated Tressel "unacceptable" when it came to self-reporting violations in a timely manner back in

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NCAA Not Finished Investigating Auburn

Auburn head coach Gene Chizik thought the NCAA was finished with its investigation into his football program.

He thought wrong.

The New York Times reported that Chizik had a conversation with an NCAA enforcement official wanting to know why the organization had not announced they were finished with the investigation

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Nebraska Reports Their Own Textbook Violations

The University of Nebraska athletic department reported textbook violations to the NCAA. Nebraska admits to dispersing close to $28,000 of unrequired textbooks and schools supplies to athletes from 2007-2010. All of that adds up to three NCAA rule violations.

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