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Nigel Hayes is a plaintiff in a lawsuit seeking free-market pay for college athletes. He's also playing in the NCAA's most lucrative event. How ironic.
Jameis Winston's pro day did exactly what it meant to do -- prove the oft-scrutinized QB prospect can handle the mental challenges of the NFL.
The NCAA infractions committee does not allow dissenting opinions after deciding cases. With the McNair documents showing the NCAA likely overstepped its bounds in the USC case, were there dissenting opinions the public did not hear?
Wisconsin beat Arizona in the West Region final for the second consecutive year to get to the Final Four.
West Region top-seed Wisconsin wasn't great Thursday night, but it had enough to beat North Carolina 79-72 in the Sweet 16.
Jim Harbaugh can be an odd bird -- just search YouTube and Twitter. But as Coach Quirk tries to bring new life to Michigan, he's keeping a surprisingly low profile.
There was a time when David Berst's mere presence on campus was intimidating. The former NCAA enforcement director, who is retiring this summer, presided over some of the highest-profile cases in the association's history
Almost five years after the USC case ended, the NCAA is still fighting off claims that it railroaded the school in the Reggie Bush scandal.
Most football programs, like recently axed UAB, lose money. So how do schools justify the expense? Easy -- even bad football instills a significance money can't buy.
Deciding his long-term health was more important than playing football, Chris Borland shows he deserves a ton of respect.

Anyone in need of a credential from all the BCS title games? Dennis Dodd has them. In three decades in the business, he's covered everything from the Olympics to Stanley Cup to conference realignment. Just get him on campus in a press box in the fall. His heart lies with college football.
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