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Governing body says there are no plans to deviate from current format

Idea would expand national tournaments to nearly 350 schools

College sports governing body faces significant financial hardship

2019 Heisman Trophy finalist is vocal in push to play this year

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has called off Division I fall championships because there are not enough participating universities due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, NCAA president Mark…

Months after Covid-19 wiped out the entire spring season in US college sports, still-growing virus case rates now imperil the fall season and escalate economic tension around the country
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Renewal continues agreement initially struck in 2015

Sports industry plays central role in applying political pressure

New outbreaks of the virus impact multiple sports

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has cleared the way for college athletes in the state to earn money from endorsement deals from next summer

College governing body lifts moratorium on voluntary player activities

Mark Emmert, National Collegiate Athletic Association president, has reaffirmed that college sports will not return from the global Covid-19 pandemic sports shutdown until university campuses have reopened.

The National Collegiate Athletic Association's Board of Governors has taken another tentative step to allow student-athletes to cash in on their name, image, and likeness

The National Basketball Association's developmental G League professional pathway program has secured a significant coup by landing the services of high school superstar Jalen Green

National Collegiate Athletic Association president Mark Emmert is taking an enforced temporary 20-per-cent pay cut due to lost revenues caused by the global Covid-19 pandemic, USA Today has reported

Covid-19 pandemic creates sharp reductions in outlays to member schools

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has followed the lead of major US pro sports leagues by cancelling its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments due to the global coronavirus outbreak. Th