NCAA rules committee acts properly when it comes to flopping, but its six-foul experiment is a total dud

As it turned out, the annual meeting of the NCAA men’s basketball rules committee this week was not a total flop. Because from now on, if the committee’s proposals are adopted by an NCAA oversight panel, game officials will be empowered to call technical fouls… Read More »NCAA rules committee acts properly when it comes to flopping, but its six-foul experiment is a total dud

Texas latest US state to advance Republican-backed voting limits

The bill would limit mail-in ballots, early voting and drive-in access, and adds to the national debate about voting rights. Texas joined other Republican-controlled states on Friday in advancing a slew of new voting restrictions, defying opposition from many of the state’s businesses and adding to a fierce national debate over voting rights.… Read More »Texas latest US state to advance Republican-backed voting limits

UEFA confirms punishment for Super League clubs; Barca, Real Madrid, Juventus continue to hold out

Nine of the 12 Super League teams have confirmed their commitment to UEFA and renounced the plan to form a new competition, but face financial penalties from European football’s governing body. The three remaining sides — Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus — have refused to be… Read More »UEFA confirms punishment for Super League clubs; Barca, Real Madrid, Juventus continue to hold out