College athletics is a billion dollar industry—powered by unpaid talent with a slim chance of going pro.
Luke Maye got a standing ovation in his Business 101 class hours after he sent UNC to the Final Four.
ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell doesn't think college athletes deserve to be paid, so we got an economist to explain why he's dead wrong.
Coaches and administrators at North Carolina say they had no idea athletes were receiving A's and B's for classes they were not attending because, come on, how would they know?
Ever since becoming a college football demigod, Jameis Winston's off-the-field life has been defined by the privileges the NCAA can both grant and deny.