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.
August 13, 2014
The courtroom was packed as NCAA President Mark Emmert took the stand today in the O'Bannon vs. NCAA antitrust case.
June 19, 2014
On Day 2 of the Ed O'Bannon trial, attorneys jostled over whether the NCAA has “collectively conspired” to prevent athletes from receiving compensation for the use and sale of their names, images and likenesses
June 11, 2014
This question was front and center on the first day of the Ed O'Bannon trial.
June 10, 2014
The decision marks a potential game-changer in the debate over whether college athletes are professionals entitled to some form of compensation for their work.
March 27, 2014
The case centers around rules preventing college athletes from sharing in licensing deals or TV revenue.
November 11, 2013
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.
June 20, 2013
Mark Emmert refused to address his compensation with FRONTLINE last year, but a new report sheds some light.
July 13, 2012
A Final Four is coming to college football.
June 27, 2012
February 9, 2012
December 2, 2011
October 28, 2011