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NCAA | September 26, 2017

NCAA president's statement on federal government charges

NCAA president Mark Emmert released the following statement Tuesday afternoon:

"The nature of the charges brought by the federal government are deeply disturbing. We have no tolerance whatsoever for this alleged behavior. Coaches hold a unique position of trust with student-athletes and their families and these bribery allegations, if true, suggest an extraordinary and despicable breach of that trust. We learned of these charges this morning and of course will support the ongoing criminal federal investigation.”

Andy Katz to host Q&A about college sports and COVID-19 with Dr. Vivek Murthy and Dr. Brian Hainline

Andy Katz will host a live Q&A with medical experts on college sports and COVID-19 at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, March 27.
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NCAA ticket information for canceled winter and spring events

If you ordered your tickets from an official NCAA Championship vendor online or over the phone, you will be refunded. No additional action is needed.
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NCAA cancels remaining 2020 winter and spring championships

In a statement on March 12, NCAA canceled remaining 2020 winter and spring championships, including the Division I men's and women's basketball championship.
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