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Purdue cuts football season ticket prices to get fans back

Purdue football games drew an average of about 35,000 fans during home games last year, the lowest level since 1951.
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Swarbrick suggests new model for athletics

In recent interviews with IBJ, University of Notre Dame Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick said he’d be willing to consider a model that allows student-athletes to profit from certain activities away from the field.
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2015 Forty Under 40: Jeff Jarnecke

Jeff Jarnecke, 37, director of championships and alliances at the NCAA, is a sports organizer in a league of his own.
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Perceptions, plans outlined for this year's Final Four

NCAA Final Four host committee officials said Tuesday that Fan Fest would open April 3; youth clinics and a 5K walk to help support Coaches vs. Cancer will be held April 4; 3,200 children would dribble around town April 5; and the annual March Madness Music Festival will be held April 3-5.
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NCAA restores Paterno's football wins record in settlement

The National Collegiate Athletic Association reached an agreement that will restore 111 wins it stripped from former Pennsylvania State University football coach Joe Paterno after the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal.
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NCAA investigates unprecedented rise in academic fraud cases

The more than 20 open cases represent an “epidemic,” according to NCAA Vice President of Enforcement Jonathan Duncan.
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NCAA revenue rises for 14th straight year as changes loom

The growth comes as the Indianapolis-based NCAA prepares major governance changes aimed at providing more money to athletes, and continues to fight lawsuits and public pressure that challenge its structure.
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College Playoff, NCAA to offset travel costs for athlete parents

Players in football and basketball championships will get help with family travel expenses for the first time under new policies by the College Football Playoff and the NCAA.
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Butler drops 'interim' tag, makes Holtmann coach

Butler University is removing the interim tag from Chris Holtmann's title, making him the new head men's basketball coach. Holtmann replaces Brandon Miller, who took a medical leave in October.
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New NCAA executive backs athlete image compensation

Oliver Luck hopes to rebuild trust and confidence in the NCAA. And he wants to protect the "fundamental" right of college athletes to get paid for the use of their names, images and likenesses.
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