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In this March 14, 2012, file photo, a player runs across the NCAA logo during practice in Pittsburgh before an NCAA tournament college basketball game. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)

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IARP ruling in NC State case includes probation but no postseason ban

The North Carolina State men’s basketball program has been placed on probation for one year for NCAA recruiting violations following an independent investigation.

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NCAA streamlines constitution, set to give power to schools

The NCAA on Monday set the stage for a dramatic restructuring of college sports that will give each of its three divisions the power to govern itself.

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IARP spokesperson says case timelines expected to be published early next week

Amy Hanna, a spokesperson for the NCAA’s Independent Accountability Resolutions Process, told the Journal-World on Wednesday that updates for the infractions cases currently being reviewed by the IARP would be available “early next week.” By Matt Tait

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NCAA to allow athletes to profit off of NIL endeavors beginning July 1

College athletes nationwide will now be able to profit from their names, images and likenesses, as the NCAA board of governors on Wednesday approved an interim policy that covers not only Division I, but D-II and D-III, as well.

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NCAA's D1 Council hopes athlete pay rules hashed out in June

The NCAA Division I Council plans to act on legislative proposals next month that would allow athletes to be paid to be sponsors, social media influencers and product endorsers, the governing body for college sports announced Wednesday.

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NCAA reveals COVID-19 contingency plans for hoops tourneys

Turns out the top four teams left out of March Madness won't have their bubbles burst quite yet. Under a contingency plan released Thursday by the Division I basketball committees, those four at-large teams that don't make the original field in the men's and women's NCAA tournaments will be placed in order and serve as the replacement teams should any conference with multiple bids have a school that is unable to participate due to COVID-19 issues.

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NCAA releases first set of COVID-19 guidelines for college basketball

Nineteen days before the official start of practices for the 2020-21 college basketball season, the NCAA has released its first set of COVID-19 testing guidelines for the upcoming season. By Matt Tait


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