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The NCAA lacks a policy disqualifying sexually violent players

The NCAA lacks a policy disqualifying sexually violent players

September 1, 2019

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) doesn’t have a policy prohibiting athletes who commit sexual violence from playing. Experts and activists say the problem lies in the NCAA’s lack of clear cut rules regarding sexual misconduct.

Opinion: College athletes don’t deserve a paycheck

Opinion: College athletes don’t deserve a paycheck

December 2, 2016

College athletes are on a stage that most youth and high school athletes dream of reaching. They get to play their dream spor...

Opinion: NCAA athletes should be seeing a larger share of money

Opinion: NCAA athletes should be seeing a larger share of money

December 1, 2016

The NCAA is a multi-billion-dollar nonprofit that does not pay its employees, and I’m not talking about the men and women in crisp off...

Opinion: Cannabis could help prevent long-term damage from concussions

Opinion: Cannabis could help prevent long-term damage from concussions

September 8, 2016

The violent yet poetic nature of football pulls fans back like the hankering a heavy smoker gets for a cigarette.

Column: O’Bannon verdict and Owls Athletes

Column: O’Bannon verdict and Owls Athletes

August 10, 2015

$989 million. That total dollar amount represents the amount of revenue that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) r...

Football: Effect of UAB football reinstatement

Football: Effect of UAB football reinstatement

June 21, 2015

fter originally voting to disband the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers’ football program at the end of last season, the Boa...

Sasha Cedeno: Raising the Bar

Sasha Cedeno: Raising the Bar

March 21, 2015

It’s just another weekday morning, and trudging her way to the cafeteria from her Parliament Hall dorm for breakfast is women’s...

Agnes Bucz is setting records with FAU Swimming and Diving

Agnes Bucz is setting records with FAU Swimming and Diving

March 20, 2015

Earning two championship titles at this year’s swimming Conference USA Championships may seem like a hefty undertaking for so...

Opinion: If I Ruled FAU Athletics this is what I would do

Opinion: If I Ruled FAU Athletics this is what I would do

January 29, 2015

sk any sports fan about their favorite team and what they believe should be changed to gain more success. You’ll probably get...

Alleged NCAA violation by FAU Basketball’s Richard Morrow puts his eligibility in danger

Alleged NCAA violation by FAU Basketball’s Richard Morrow puts his eligibility in danger

June 9, 2014

In April, there was speculation that Richard Morrow would be voluntarily walking away from the FAU basketball program. Now, he may have squandered his final year of eligibility over a red watch and 94-s...

Though NCAA settlement means FAU athletes may receive one-time payment, their eligibility is in no danger

Though NCAA settlement means FAU athletes may receive one-time payment, their eligibility is in no danger

June 4, 2014

Some FAU athletes may be receiving money soon, courtesy of a gaming company called Electronic Arts. The NCAA knows, and they can’t...

FAU’s season ends with 12-11 loss to top seeded North Carolina in 13 innings

Zack Kelberman

June 4, 2013

The Owls’ Cinderella run has come to a close –– but the slipper did not fit. In Monday’s wild winner-take-all Chapel Hill Regional championship, FAU was defeated by top seeded North Carolina, 12-11, in 13 innings. Coach John McCormack’s fifth –– and most successful –– season with the team ended as the Owls became the No. 1 trending topic on Twitter and were nationally televised on ESPNU. ...