The NCAA said its national office in Indianapolis was coordinating with law enforcement to deal with possibly criminal threats against committee members.
Hinkle Fieldhouse to host final four of new NCAA women’s hoops tourney
Butler University’s Hinkle Fieldhouse will host the final fours of both the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitation Tournament and the men’s National Invitation Tournament in April.Read More
Indiana Sports Corp. bids to keep Big Ten football title game in Indy through 2028
The ISC also is submitting a bid to the conference to host its 2025 and 2027 men’s and women’s basketball championships.Read More
Senators propose federal oversight of NIL compensation, athlete health care
The College Athletes Protection & Compensation Act is only a discussion draft at this point, but notable in that both Democrats and Republicans are involved in trying to address issues that have disrupted college sports and the role of the Indianapolis-based NCAA.Read More
March Madness expansion discussed by NCAA committee, but no deal imminent
An NCAA committee earlier this year approved recommendations that could mean expanding the fields in both men’s and women’s basketball up to 90 teams, but there are many in the sport who believe the 68-team field and three weekends of play are ideal.Read More
While many in and around college sports believe revenue-sharing with major college football players is inevitable, those in position to affect change are more cautious.
The spread of legalized sports gambling—and some early scandals—have captured the full attention of athletic departments and conference offices. All major conferences are paying independent betting monitors to make sure their athletes abide by the rules—and to catch those who are not.
Woodson has four years remaining on his contract after leading his alma mater to consecutive NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament appearances for the first time in a decade.
Meanwhile, the Big 12 completed its raid of the beleaguered Pac-12 by adding Arizona, Arizona State and Utah.
A group of Big Ten Conference presidents has begun discussing the possibility of adding more West Coast schools to the conference if the Pac-12 continues to crumble, two people familiar with the conversations said.
The review, which found college sports was at a “crossroads,” was one of the first items on NCAA President Charlie Baker’s to-do list when he took over in March.
The lawsuit said the alleged acts took place while the athletic trainer was under the supervision of Butler University’s senior associate athletic director for student-athlete health, performance and well-being.
Charlie Baker, president of the Indianapolis-based NCAA, called the legislation “a major step in the right direction.”
A former Wildcats football player filed the first lawsuit against former coach Pat Fitzgerald and members of the school’s leadership on Tuesday. More lawsuits, filed by multiple law firms, are expected to follow.
The tournament will operate like the men’s National Invitational Tournament as an option for 32 teams that do not make the women’s side of March Madness.
The rapidly expanding landscape of not-for-profit, donor-backed collectives paying college athletes to promote charities has been hit with a potentially seismic disruption.
In 2018, subscription sports website The Athletic hired Bob Kravitz as senior staff writer for its Indiana edition.
NCAA President Charlie Baker said Thursday he wants a federal law to regulate the way college athletes can be compensated for endorsement deals that creates a registry of deals, agent certification and uniform contract standards.
Before his 16-year run at the University of Notre Dame, Swarbrick was a prominent attorney in Indianapolis who served as chairman of the Indiana Sports Corp. He helped convince the NCAA to relocate its headquarters to Indianapolis and the NFL to hold the Super Bowl in Indianapolis in 2012.
National player of the year Zach Edey decided it was the right call to go back to school instead of playing in the NBA.
Bosso joins IUPUI a little more than a year before the school transitions to Indiana University Indianapolis at the start of the 2024-2025 academic year.
Zach Edey is the first player in NCAA history to finish a season with at least 750 points, 400 rebounds, 70 blocks and 50 assists in a season, but most projections don’t have him being selected in the first round of the draft.
Tony Petitti is set to replace Kevin Warren, who is leaving to become president of the Chicago Bears.
March Madness may have been the last time for fans to see many of the talented college women players compete. Players’ options for professional basketball careers are limited, whether in the U.S. or overseas—the jobs just aren’t there.