A new bill in California would give college athletes the right to their name, image, and likeness.
Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin among 50 charged in college admissions scam for unworthy kids, prosecutors say
Prosecutors said they engaged in “large-scale, elaborate fraud” to create a “rigged system” at elite American universities like Yale, Stanford, USC, and UCLA.
Clemson visited the White House last night and the president inadvertently provided the perfect image for the sham of amateurism.
College athletics is a billion dollar industry—powered by unpaid talent with a slim chance of going pro.
TOPPS is a mental health program at UNLV specifically tailored to the individual needs of athletes geared toward optimizing performance in sports, and life.
It's almost as if there's a connection between rising revenues, fixed on-field labor costs, and the people running college sports making more money than ever before.
The association is considering making it easier for athletes to switch schools—but so long as players are considered students and not employees, they shouldn't be restricted in the first place.
The multibillion-dollar college sports industry exploits African-American athletes and has left historically black schools behind. Some people think there's a better way.
And let's give love to the receiver for the truly ridiculous catch.
A recent deposition reveals David Garland to be willfully ignorant at best, and a coward at worst.
The College Athletic Protection Agreement could force institutions to be as bound to the players as the players are to them.