From NCAA Investigator to Athlete Advocate | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

Tim Nevius is a former Division I baseball player who worked for five years as an NCAA investigator after graduating from law school. Now he works to change college sports by representing athletes and pushing for reforms to NCAA rules regarding things like transfers, and compensation for name, image and likeness. Nevius joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about what he believes are the reasons NCAA rules are often inherently unfair to the athletes. And why changing them won’t mean the end of football Saturdays and March Madness.

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What’s next for the NCAA and NIL? – AP Top 25 Podcast

The college football offseason is here but there is still plenty of news in college sports. This week attention turns to the NCAA convention where the hot topic will be name, image and likeness. The NCAA is trying to come up with an ideal model that would allow athletes to be paid for their fame. But ultimately it might be federal lawmakers who have the most say in what comes next. What if any news could come out of the NCAA convention this week in Southern California?

Nicole Auerbach from The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about NCAA policy and the news of the week closer to the field.

Will there be anyone left at LSU to defend the Tigers’ national
championship after a mass exodus of players and key assistant coaches?

Miami might have found a transfer quarterback to help turnaround its offense.

And where does Justin Fuente stand at Virginia Tech after he talked to Baylor about its job opening?

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NCAA looks to Congress for help

NCAA President Mark Emmert says federal lawmakers are likely to pass legislation on athlete compensation. (Dec. 12)

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UConn coach blasts NCAA over Westbrook appeal

UConn coach Geno Auriemma is not happy the NCAA denied an appeal of a transfer waiver for junior guard Evina Westbrook. (Nov. 13)

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NCAA approves compensation for image, likeness

The NCAA Board of Governors has voted in favor of allowing athletes to cash in on their names and likenesses. The proposed rule would not go into effect until January 2021 at the earliest, but an AP columnist says one of the biggest beneficiaries of the proposal would be women. (Oct. 29)

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Calif. OKs paid endorsements for college athletes

Defying the NCAA, California opened the way Monday for college athletes to hire agents and make money from endorsement deals with sneaker companies, just like the pros. (Sept. 30)

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Here are the top stories for Monday, April 29th: Family of synogogue shooting suspect releases statement, Boeing’s CEO defends company’s safety record, Biden campaigns in Pa., Trump welcomes NCAA women’s basketball champs to White House.

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Texas Tech players talk about losing in NCAA title game

Texas Tech players talk about losing in NCAA title game.

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday April 9th: Attorney General Barr to testify before House committee; Israel holds election; Bond hearing adjourned for Chinese woman arrested at Mar-a-Lago; Virginia wins NCAA basketball championship.

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Virginia celebrates NCAA basketball championship

University of Virginia students packed the streets of Charlottesville on Monday night after the Virginia Cavaliers defeated the Texas Tech Red Raiders 85-77 in overtime to win the NCAA college basketball championship. (April 9)

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NCAA Sports Bring In $1 Billion A Year — Why Aren’t The Athletes Paid?

The NCAA brings in $1 billon a year in revenue but doesn’t allow its athletes to be paid. Amateurism helps the NCAA defend itself in courtrooms, but former athletes are pushing for a share of the revenue.

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Basketball Panel: Ban Cheats, Ends 1-and-Done Era

A panel tasked with reforming college basketball says the NCAA should work to end the one-and-done era and punish coaches and programs that cheat more harshly (April 25)

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March Madness Could Cost Employers Billions

A workplace expert says the NCAA basketball tournament could cost more than $2 billion in lost productivity, between time people spend filling out brackets and watching games at the office. (March 15)

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Pitino: “NCAA Cannot Rewrite History”

Former University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino said the NCAA “cannot rewrite history” after the NCAA announced that Louisville must vacate its basketball title. (Feb. 21)

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Louisville Basketball Vacates Championship Title

Louisville must vacate its 2013 men’s basketball title following an NCAA decision to uphold sanctions against the men’s program in the sex scandal case. The Cardinals will have to vacate 123 victories, and return some $600,000 in revenue. (Feb. 20)

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Suing The NCAA & Venezuela Protests: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the April 19, 2017 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

The fundraising in Georgia’s special election reached unprecedented levels. Where did it come from? And how will this model play out in future races? VICE News explores. Plus, a hunger strike at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma caught headlines last week. We were there as a population inside the prison launched a new strike.

VICE News meets a basketball coach suing the NCAA over its ban on convicted felons. Plus, Apple sets a new sustainability objective that could change the technology industry.

Read: “Apple promises to stop mining minerals to make iPhones — it just isn’t sure how yet” – http://bit.ly/2oqoPX1

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The bizarre rules that prospective NCAA athletes must follow – VICE on HBO

College athletics have seen explosive revenue growth in the last three decades, fueled by media contracts and corporate sponsors. In order to enter this system, the NCAA requires players to forego profits, and instead offers them scholarships and access to state-of-the-art facilities.

But as college sports have become a multi-billion dollar industry, the question now being asked in U.S. federal court is whether it is fair that the athletes who drive these revenues are prohibited from receiving payment. VICE correspondent Gianna Toboni travels the college sports landscape, meeting with athletic directors, coaches, sports marketing minds and the players themselves to see the role money plays in amateur athletics today.

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