If everyone else is profiting from the multibillion dollar college sports business, why shouldn't the athletes?
the latestAugust 13, 2014, 6:22 pm
O’Bannon Ruling Raises New Questions Over Future of Money in Big-time College Sports
A landmark ruling has cleared a path for college athletes to earn compensation from the NCAA, but the case also left many unanswered questions about the complicated and controversial role of money in collegiate athletics.June 19, 2014, 11:11 pm
NCAA President Defends Amateurism in College Sports
The courtroom was packed as NCAA President Mark Emmert took the stand today in the O’Bannon vs. NCAA antitrust case.
This March, the nation will once again go "mad," as more than 140 million people tune in to watch one of the biggest sporting events on earth -- the NCAA men's basketball tournament. But "March Madness" isn't just a basketball tournament. It's become big business, with television rights alone worth $10.8 billion over 14 years. (read more »)