A New Window Into the NCAA President’s Earnings
Mark Emmert refused to address his compensation with FRONTLINE last year, but a new report sheds some light.
College Football’s “Final Four” Could Quell Antitrust Fight
A Final Four is coming to college football.
Court Denies Subpoena for Lucrative NCAA Contracts
Things just got a little more complicated in a class-action lawsuit aimed at NCAA profits. The plaintiffs, including basketball stars … Continue reading
Head Injury Suit Takes Aim at NCAA Revenues
Derek Owens loves football. He used to play for the University of Central Arkansas, until a series of concussions forced … Continue reading
NCAA Approves New Rules — But Do They Matter?
As expected, the NCAA yesterday approved a new set of regulations for Division I sports: + Conferences will have the … Continue reading
NCAA to Consider Reforms, Increases in Scholarship Money
This week, the NCAA is holding its much-anticipated Division I Board of Directors meeting to mull over proposed changes to … Continue reading
Taylor Branch: “The NCAA today is in many ways a classic cartel.”
Taylor Branch paints a complex and pretty dismal picture of the NCAA in his monster 15,000 word article in this … Continue reading
Report: Top NCAA Players Worth Over $100,000
This is according to a provocative new report from the National College Players Association [NCPA], an advocacy group for college … Continue reading
Emmert Defends NCAA Policy on Amateurism
It’s been a controversial few months for the NCAA and its president Mark Emmert, with debate over whether to compensate … Continue reading
How Will the NCAA Punish Miami?
This week’s sports bombshell comes at the hands of Yahoo! Sports reporter Charles Robinson, who’s published a damning investigation into … Continue reading
NCAA President Says He’s Ready to Explore Increasing Financial Aid for Athletes
Just 24 hours after the airing of a FRONTLINE documentary investigating the role and distribution of money in college basketball, … Continue reading