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College sports are likely to look completely different when and if schools and seasons resume in the fall.

With each state making different decisions about reopening, teams are concerned about keeping collegiate athletics fair if teams have to start their seasons at different times.

 

Jack Swarbrick is the Athletic Director at the University of Notre Dame. 

Only Essential Staff And Limited Family At NCAA Tournaments

Mar 11, 2020
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The NCAA is closing games to fans during the upcoming men’s and women’s Division One basketball play-offs over concerns about the coronavirus.

March Madness is one of the organization’s most profitable sporting events.

In a statement, President Mark Emmert says the decision comes after careful thought on what would be best for the public, including fans, coaches and student-athletes.

Emmert says, “We recognize the opportunity to compete in an NCAA national championship is an experience of a lifetime for the students and their families.”

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The National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA has opened the door for student athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness. A lot of the discussion focuses around high-profile stars, but that's a small fraction of student athletes affected by NCAA rules and the proposed change by the Indianapolis-based organization would go well beyond endorsement deals.

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Data from one of the largest concussion studies is now available to scientists around the world. 

The CARE study has collected data from nearly 40,000 student athletes and military service members from 30 different organizations. It analyzes brains before and after injury – including head impact, detailed imaging and neurobiological effects.

The project is co-led by the Indiana University School of Medicine.

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At the Cybertech Midwest conference in Indianapolis Wednesday, the NCAA, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Pacers Sports and Entertainment detailed how they focus on cybersecurity. 

Cybersecurity representatives from sports organizations in Indiana say their biggest focus is training employees to practice better habits. But NCAA Chief Information Officer Judd Williams says each organization has a different specific concern. 

Michigan State Upsets Duke 68-67, Off To Final Four

Mar 31, 2019

Michigan State upset Zion Williamson and No. 1 overall seed Duke 68-67 in the East Region final.

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The University of Notre Dame Women’s basketball are back in the Hoosier State as the 2018 NCCA champions.

 

This is the first National Championship for Notre Dame Women’s Basketball since 2001.
 

It all came down to a single 3-point shot by Notre Dame’s Arike Ogunbowale. Made with a tenth of a second to go, the shot gave the Irish a 61-58 victory over Mississippi State.
 

NCAA denies Notre Dame appeal over academic integrity

Feb 13, 2018
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The NCAA has denied an appeal by The University of Notre Dame after the school’s football wins in 2012 and 2013 were vacated over academic integrity issues.

 

The 2012 season included the NCAA Championship, though Notre Dame lost in the final.

Notre Dame found an undergraduate working as an athletic training assistant wrote or substantially edited assignments for several football players.

The University of Notre Dame announced today it is investigating allegations of academic fraud by several students, including four football players. The university says it has notified the NCAA, and the four football players will be held out of practice and competition until the conclusion of an ongoing investigation and the University honor code process.