NCAA Violations: Taking a Closer Look at Major Programs
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NCAA Violations: Taking a Closer Look at Major Programs


Since the beginning of the 2000’s the NCAA has experienced several highly publicized scandals, involving some of the largest division I athletic programs. Extremely successful football and basketball programs have been cited for violating NCAA bylaws encompassing extra benefits and amateurism. Multiple universities have been cited for lacking institutional control. Not are only are infractions … Continue reading

NCAA Violations: The University of Miami
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NCAA Violations: The University of Miami


Corruption within Division I Sports: The University of Miami                   On October 22, 2013 the National Collegiate Athletic Association released its final report surrounding an investigation into the University of Miami’s athletic programs, focusing on the football and basketball programs.  The investigation lasted for an unprecedented 3 years. The case focused on the involvement of … Continue reading

Big Programs, Big Money, Building championship teams the wrong way
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Big Programs, Big Money, Building championship teams the wrong way


Getting paid to play College programs breaking rules NCAA It seems that there is always some form of illegal activity surrounding large, successful football and basketball programs within the NCAA. Nearly everyday on the sports Sports Center line up, there is a few minutes dedicated to an update regarding the illegal funding, coaching behavior, or … Continue reading