How Donald Trump's SCOTUS Pick, Neil Gorsuch, Could Shape The Future of Sports
In the near future, the Supreme Court could hear important cases on legalized sports gambling, college athlete pay-for-play, and Deflategate-style arbitration. Here's how Trump's new nominee could tilt the legal playing field.
How a Little-Known NCAA Rule Shuts Athletes Out of the Legal System
The NCAA's Restitution Rule ostensibly exists to prevent cheating, but critics claim its true purpose is to intimidate college athletes and prevent them from suing the association.
Baseball Players May Soon Sue Al Jazeera. Will Peyton Manning Join Them?
Ryan Zimmerman and Ryan Howard may file a defamation lawsuit against Al Jazeera regarding their PED documentary as soon as next week. Peyton Manning will need to decide if he wants to do the same.
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VICE Sports Q&A: Northwestern President Emeritus Henry Bienen on Amateurism and the NCAA
Former Northwestern University president Henry Bienen discusses his objection to college athlete pay-for-play, football player unionization efforts, and the NCAA's future.