U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken may have significantly altered the fate of future college athletes by ruling against the NCAA on Friday in a long-standing lawsuit over the likeness rights of student-athletes.
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August 09, 2014
August 07, 2014
The NCAA made drastic changes to its governance structure on Thursday, granting voting autonomy to its "Big Five" conferences in certain areas of Division I rulemaking.
August 06, 2014
During the University of Georgia's media day on Friday, head football coach Mark Richt revealed that he rescinded a scholarship offer because of what the recruit was posting on Twitter.
July 30, 2014
Penn State offensive line coach Herb Hand tweeted Wednesday morning that he had stopped pursuing one unnamed recruit because of his activity on social media.
February 12, 2014
College coaches will soon have yet another social-media platform to worry about.
June 13, 2013
Within the past week, two 8th graders have been offered college football scholarships by universities in California.
May 14, 2013
Within minutes of star basketball player Andrew Wiggins announcing where he'd be attending college, his Twitter mentions were flooded with an endless wave of hate speech.
May 03, 2013
The NCAA Division I Board of Directors suspended a rule that would have allowed college coaches to contact recruits an unlimited number of times in high school.
February 06, 2013
The NCAA has approved a wave of reforms that could dramatically affect the future of the recruiting process.
July 30, 2012
Both Louisiana State University and the University of Washington made headlines within the last week due to their reported interest in middle-school football players, again raising the eternal question of "how young is too young?" when it comes to recruiting.