Ben Simmons says going to class was a waste of time, and that the NCAA is "fucked up."
In the ongoing fight for college athletes' rights, there's a powerful weapon hiding in plain sight: a mass cover-up of the paid-for corporate logos that festoon their shoes and uniforms.
Up to 40 Charleston Southern Football Players Could be Suspended for Buying Stuff at the School Bookstore
The NCAA exerts its control in one of the most ridiculous ways possible.
In New Documentary, Former USC Football Player Bob DeMars Sheds Light on the Dark Side of College Sports
Made by a former NCAA athlete and featuring the stories of many others, the new documentary "The Business of Amateurs" explores topics like pay-for-play, brain trauma, and athletes' rights.
The NCAA fights tooth and nail to make sure football and men's basketball players don't get paid. It also allows campus Olympic sport athletes to keep medal bonuses. Wait, what?
The NCAA says college athletes can't be paid without hurting America's Olympic efforts. If that's true, then football and men's basketball players are paying a tax for Rio Games gold.
Big Ten athletic departments are about to a massive influx of television rights fees. Where will the money go? Everywhere but to athletes.
A new NCAA rule change allows coaches to retweet recruits. If your timeline is flooded, blame college sports amateurism.
A new NCAA proposal from the Power Five conferences purports to reduce sports' time demands on overworked college athletes, but doesn't address the dishonesty and hypocrisy at the root of the problem.
A pay-for-play scandal involving the Baruch College women's basketball team reflects a growing number of Division III schools that seem more interested in athletic success than NCAA player compensation limits.
As the NCAA moved to lift its ban on multiyear scholarships beginning in 2012, association executive David Berst suggested that unhappy schools and conferences secretly collude to keep restrictions in place.