Arizona Wins Baseball World Series, NCAA president agrees with football playoff system and more in today’s top news
Take football off the scholarship books of Title IX
- But as is often the case, a law can be stretched a bit too far. For years now there has been a three-prong approach to enforcement of Title IX. One of them is that the number of scholarships offered by a school has to be in direct proportion to the percentage of male/female students at the school. So now, it’s not good enough to have a 50-50 ratio of male-female athletic scholarships, if 55 percent of the school is female, then some men’s scholarships (i.e., sports) need to go.
NCAA presidents give nod to college football playoff
- A committee of university presidents approved a plan for a four-team playoff put forward by commissioners of the top football conferences.
5 Problems with New NCAA Football Playoff System
Arizona wins NCAA baseball title
- The Wildcats ended South Carolina’s two-year run of dominance at the College World Series with a 4-1 victory on Monday night, rewarding Lopez for persevering through the hard times that came with rebuilding the downtrodden program he took over 11 years ago.