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NCAA College World Series: Eliminations and Realizations

NCAA College World Series: Eliminations and Realizations

Langston Hughes had a poem about a dying dream, essentially stating when dreams die, life becomes much harder. Sixteen schools today face eliminations in the NCAA CWS tournament and their dreams of playing in Omaha will end. It will take a lot more than raisins in the sun to capture the desperation many of these teams […]

NCAA College World Series: Dawn of the First Day

NCAA College World Series: Dawn of the First Day

As the dawn of the first day of the NCAA College World Series approaches, the dreams of championships and immortality has ended for the players who woke up to reality this morning. While even the favorites are not guaranteed a path to glory, confidence reign on through the locker rooms as the sweat and heartache […]

NCAA College World Series Takes Flight in Charlottesville and Coral Gables

NCAA College World Series Takes Flight in Charlottesville and Coral Gables

As the sun rises on what is set to be one of the best world series tournaments in recent memory, the players are set to rise to the challenge and pressures that comes with this great event.  As schools head their way towards their pre-destined location for the  first round of the NCAA tournament, destiny […]

NCAA World Series Tournament Begins in Bloomington and Baton Rouge

NCAA World Series Tournament Begins in Bloomington and Baton Rouge

As sixty-four schools get set to participate in the NCAA World Series tournament, the players are preparing for the games of their lives. This season has been a whirlwind of excitement and if it is any indication of what is to come, the World Series tournament will be nothing short of exhilarating. The Baton Rouge […]

NCAA Issues Academic Penalties but Overall Numbers Improving

NCAA Issues Academic Penalties but Overall Numbers Improving

The NCAA has announced their annual APR (Academics Progress Rate) figures, which has resulted in 36 Division 1 teams facing post-season ineligibilities. The 36 schools facing penalties versus 13 from last year is a nearly 300 percent increase in programs falling short of the NCAA requirements. However, despite the increase in ineligibilities and penalties that […]

NCAA Athletes Being Treated Like Children

NCAA Athletes Being Treated Like Children

At 18-years-old, a boy becomes a man. He is able to join the United States military and should be old enough and responsible enough to begin his new life. Yes, 18-years-of-age is still a young man, but if an 18-year-old can go away to an NCAA college or off to war, then he should be […]

Northwestern University and NCAA to Appeal RLRB Decision

Northwestern University and NCAA to Appeal RLRB Decision

The Northwestern athletic football program has come a long way since its establishment into the NCAA. With a history of record breaking losing streaks and mediocre seasons, the Wildcats have been through more lows than highs. It will be unclear if it will be another low or high for the players after voting whether to […]

NCAA Introduces New Changes for This Season

NCAA Introduces New Changes for This Season

The NCAA will be debuting their College Football Playoff system this season with much to the acclaim of those who expostulated the original BCS format. Many changes has been seen to college football as it continues to move towards a rules and regulation standardization that mirrors an NFL style of game play. The Playing Rules […]

NCAA Billy Donovan Tom Izzo Will Extract Raises

NCAA Billy Donovan Tom Izzo Will Extract Raises

Now that the NCAA March Madness is complete and the NBA regular season over, the NBA coaching carousel will now allow Florida’s Billy Donovan and Michigan State’s Tom Izzo to extract raises from their schools. Not that the coaches have failed to earn their accolades and praises for strong performances by their respective teams this […]

NCAA President Addresses Future Financial Plans

NCAA President Addresses Future Financial Plans

  NCAA president Mark Emmert does not usually participate in interviews or radio shows, but on ESPN morning radio show Mike and Mike, he addressed not only the future plans for the organization, but the financial policies currently being placed. While the president did fair well during the interview, the same can not be said […]

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