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  1. NCAA's cosmetic APR changes miss point

    Jay Bilas

    The NCAA is well-intentioned but is missing the mark by approving a higher APR standard and harsher penalties. The APR is a flawed measure that is not about education, but rather perception. And the perception the NCAA wants is that it is in the busi...

    Blog | August 12, 2011
  2. Jay Bilas - NCAA's APR alterations merely a cosmetic band-aid

    Jay Bilas

    The NCAA is moving toward higher graduation and GPA standards for athletes, coupled with stiffer penalties for schools that can't measure up. Jay Bilas believes the changes will do more to help the NCAA's image than aid the education of athletes.

    Blog | Conversation | August 12, 2011
  3. Losing eight officials is worst part for UConn

    Dave Telep, ESPN Recruiting

    Just shooting some 3s ... 1. Stiffest part of UConn's penalty Two days ago, I crafted a blog about UConn's sanctions and I'd have to say that the most challenging aspect of the sanctions would be the reduced number of official visits from 13 to fiv...

    Blog | Conversation | February 24, 2011
  4. ESPN The Magazine Movie Spectacular - Marquette Golden Eagles shi...

    Eric Angevine

    Led by Mr. Everything, Jimmy Butler, Marquette shuns conventional positions. The Golden Eagles are on to something.

    Story | Conversation | November 18, 2010
  5. Time to hold Garrett accountable for USC's mess

    Jay Bilas

    Some thoughts and analysis from the college hoops world ... Accountability: The hand-wringing over the "self-imposed" penalties on USC has begun (how can we say "self-imposed" when USC worked closely with the NCAA and the Pac-10 in punishing itself...

    Blog | January 07, 2010
  6. Jay Bilas: The latest analysis from men's college basketball

    Jay Bilas

    Some thoughts and analysis from the college hoops world ... Accountability: The hand-wringing over the "self-imposed" penalties on USC has begun (how can we say "self-imposed" when USC worked closely with the NCAA and the Pac-10 in punishing its...

    Blog | Conversation | January 07, 2010
  7. Why I think the NCAA got it wrong again

    Jay Bilas

    You are hearing the laments all over the place. Did anyone really get penalized or harshly disciplined in the Memphis case? How did John Calipari escape without a sanction, even though his "legacy" will be two vacated Final Fours? The penalty levied...

    Blog | August 25, 2009
  8. Jay Bilas: Time for the NCAA to get out of the eligibility and en...

    Jay Bilas

    You are hearing the laments all over the place. Did anyone really get penalized or harshly disciplined in the Memphis case? How did John Calipari escape without a sanction, even though his "legacy" will be two vacated Final Fours? The penalty lev...

    Blog | Conversation | August 25, 2009
  9. Jay Bilas: Why is everyone so quick to judge after NCAA allegatio...

    Jay Bilas

    Up in arms about the alleged NCAA violations that took place at Memphis under John Calipari? Fine. But before penalties are issued and reputations are ruined, shouldn't we take a closer look at what exactly we're so fired up about?

    Story | Conversation | June 03, 2009
  10. Wake, league mete out proper penalty

    Andy Katz

    The A-10 conference would do well to learn a lesson from the ACC's handling of the Chris Paul incident.

    Story | Conversation | March 09, 2005