Friday, September 3, 2021

NCAA Football Rules Video #1

Much like the NCAA has done in men's basketball the past few years, the national office is now producing weekly football rules videos that serve as explainers for everyone interested in the college game.

Steve Shaw, the national coordinator of officials for College Football Officiating, narrates this initial installment. The video begins with an overview of the points of emphasis for 2021 before moving into specific rules and interpretations. The piece is 9 1/2 minutes in length.

Friday, July 16, 2021

NCAA Social Series: Looking Ahead

In the latest installment of NCAA Social Series, host Andy Katz interviews NCAA president Mark Emmert on recent developments across the collegiate landscape and how some of these changes could lead to discussions on structural changes within the NCAA.

This YouTube video runs approximately 28 minutes.

Friday, July 9, 2021

NCAA Name, Image & Likeness Video Resources

From the NCAA: 

The NCAA’s interim name, image and likeness policy allows student-athletes and prospective student-athletes across all three divisions to engage in activities that involve the use of their NIL for commercial or promotional purposes. The interim policy will remain in effect until either federal legislation or new NCAA rules are adopted.

The national office is providing opportunities for ongoing collaboration between student-athletes, school and conference leaders, athletics administrators, coaches and other key stakeholders on issues related to NIL. The first educational videos supporting this collaboration are now available and linked below. Additional educational materials, including written and visual guides and an optional reporting form, can be found on

Thursday, April 29, 2021

How the NCAA Works - Division II

Got a couple minutes?

Watch the video below. It's a great explainer of how Division II works.