If everyone else is profiting from the multibillion dollar college sports business, why shouldn't the athletes?
the latestNovember 11, 2013, 3:24 pm
Ruling in NCAA Case May Bring Some Players Closer to Share of Profits
The case centers around rules preventing college athletes from sharing in licensing deals or TV revenue.June 20, 2013, 1:03 pm
NCAA Lawsuit Asks, Should Student-Athletes Be Paid?
Plaintiffs in the case, O’Bannon v. NCAA, argue that they are entitled to a portion of the revenue the NCAA earns by licensing the “likeness” of players in broadcast rights and video games.
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 »)