Author: Devon Haskins (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — The first round of the men’s NCAA tournament kicks off March 17 at Moda Center. Thousands of people will descend upon the arena in Portland to root for their favorite teams or ...

Author: Tim Gordon PORTLAND, Ore. — The men’s NCAA tournament is coming to Portland this week. Starting Thursday, some of the top basketball programs in the country will compete at Moda Center in first- and second-round games. Eight teams will ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. (NBC) – The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that the NCAA cannot stop colleges and universities from giving education-related benefits to lure student-athletes. It undercuts the NCAA’s efforts to prevent outright payment to student-athletes, a policy now under ...

The Supreme Court heard arguments in a dispute over limitations the NCAA wanted to place on education-related benefits for student-athletes, such as computers. instruments and paid internships. ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– The University of Oregon and Oregon State Beavers football has a place on TV for the first time this year, and watching the game isn’t going to be the same as before. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission, or ...

INDIANAPOLIS, Calif. – The National Collegiate Athletic Association is canceling remaining winter and spring championships along with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. The NCAA released the following statement amid the growing coronavirus outbreak: “Today, NCAA President Mark Emmert and ...

(CNN) – March Madness is going to be much less spirited due to the coronavirus. The NCAA’s basketball tournament is wildly popular but the organization’s president said Wednesday that, after consulting with public health officials and special coronavirus advisors, the ...

New York, N.Y. (NBCTY) – A two-year federal investigation has exposed bribery schemes at top-college programs involving coaches, players and an Adidas executive. In all, 10 people are accused of using bribes to influence star high school and college athletes. ...

(NBC News) — The National Collegiate Athletic Association is the latest organization to pull events out of North Carolina over a law targeting the LGBT community. The NCAA is moving seven of its championship events out of the state in ...

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