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Rice sees 'tremendous' benefits from NCAA reform

Condoleezza Rice shares how the Commission on College Basketball's recommendations to the NCAA will deter exploitation and greatly benefit universities and student athletes that are serious about academics.

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Rice details new NCAA reform

Condoleezza Rice explains how the Commission on College Basketball came the new reforms that are intended to combat corruption across the country.

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'The last days of Knight'

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30 for 30: The last days of Knight

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Power, control and legacy: Bob Knight's last days at IU

Almost 20 years after Indiana fired Bob Knight, the lessons of power and influence -- and their consequences -- still resonate.

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Bamba on potential end to the one-and-done era

Former Texas center Mohamed Bamba joins The Jump and discusses how going straight to the NBA from high school would have taken his game to the next level.

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Goodman: Ball brothers benefited from playing overseas

Jeff Goodman says that the overseas experiment for the Ball brothers to compete in Lithuania was a success, but the team is happy to distance itself from LaVar.

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Bilas: 'Almost everything' the NCAA does is broken

Jay Bilas says Condoleezza Rice and the Commission on College Basketball covered good points, but they failed to recognize the importance of amateurism in college basketball.

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Kellerman: 'Everyone except the players' benefit from college hoops

Max Kellerman says amateurism is what makes college basketball so unique, but it isn't fair to the athletes.

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Bilas calls recommendations to NCAA a 'step forward'

Jay Bilas reacts to the Commission on College Basketball's proposed reforms to the NCAA and how those recommendations could help college basketball.

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Rice: We must end one-and-dones

Condoleezza Rice presents the Commission on College Basketball's recommendations for the NCAA to separate the college track from the professional track.

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