This Week in the NCAA

11/08/2013

This Week in the NCAA 2012With the NCAA basketball season kicking into gear this weekend, Kevin Kugler has the details on a series of rules changes aimed at creating more offense in the men’s game. The changes in what constitutes a foul and how an offensive player is protected when it comes to blocking calls are being made in attempt to reverse a downward trend in scoring.

Also this week, details on the fall championships, including the first to be contested – the men’s and women’s Division III cross country championships to be held November 23rd in Hanover, Indiana.

(Listen to This Week in the NCAA for 11/8/13)

0

On “This Week in the NCAA,” WestwoodOne’s Kevin Kugler highlights unique stories from around the varied and interesting world of college sports.

Comments are closed.

This Week in the NCAA Archives

This Week in the NCAA: All-SEC in the CFP

05 January 2018 Comments are off for this post.
It’ll be an all-SEC affair in Atlanta as Georgia takes on Alabama in the title game of the College Football Playoff on Monday night. Kevin Kugler has a preview.
Read More »
3

This Week in the NCAA: Field hockey titles

01 December 2017 Comments are off for this post.
UConn completed a perfect season to capture its third field hockey title in the past five years. Kevin Kugler has more details on the championships won in all three divisions.
Read More »
6

This Week in the NCAA: Cross country titles decided

24 November 2017 Comments are off for this post.
Cross country was the first of the fall sports to crown its champions. At the D-I level, New Mexico captured the women’s title, while Northern Arizona went back-to-back on the men’s side. Kevin Kugler has details on all the results from all three divisions.
Read More »
7
Load more posts