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Alabama Discloses Level 3 and 4 NCAA Violations
The University of Alabama Athletics department has released its level three and four NCAA violations that each program has committed over the last calendar year. The Crimson Tide disclosed six violations across five sports, football, women's soccer, women's crew, and men's and women&a…
Chargers Save Hockey Program
Universities around the country have been evaluating its budgets over the last few weeks and unfortunately several programs have been cut due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Associated Press, nearly 100 athletic programs have been eliminated due to budget concerns. One program to be cut w…
NCAA Approves On Campus Activities June 1
Somewhere in Tuscaloosa today Nick Saban, Nate Oats and Kristy Curry are smiling. According to Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports, the NCAA Division 1 Council voted to approve voluntary athletic activities in football and men's and women's basketball to start on June 1. This vote puts the power b…
NCAA Moving to Allow Athletes To Profit
According to Ralph Russo of the Associated Press, the NCAA is moving to allow its athletes to strike endorsement deals and profit off their name, image and likeness. For the college football fan this could mean the return of the popular NCAA Football video game franchise but to the athletes it would…
Are Alabama's Apple Watches Illegal?
The NCAA cancelled spring sports, the SEC cancelled spring practices, all team activities are suspended, so how are the Alabama football players maintaining their physical fitness?

Nick Saban revealed on a conference call that the program issued its players Apple Watches while they are spending ti…
NCAA To Grant Extra Year
The NCAA voted today to allow all-spring sport athletes an additional year of eligibility after their seasons were cut short due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. Alabama softball, baseball, track and field, men's and women's golf, men's and women's tennis and the Alabama women's…

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