Zachary Stauffer

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.
August 13, 2014
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.
June 19, 2014
Does the NCAA Rule College Sports Like a "Cartel"?
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
What is a Student Athlete?
This question was front and center on the first day of the Ed O'Bannon trial.
June 10, 2014
A Private Investigator Explains the "Dark Arts" of Tabloid News
For decades, private investigator Daniel Hanks worked both sides of the law.
March 27, 2012
The Cover-Up, Not the Crime, Brings Down James Murdoch
FRONTLINE's Lowell Bergman appeared on The Takeaway this morning to reflect on the news that James Murdoch, son of media titan Rupert, stepped down from his role as CEO of News International, the British press arm of News Corporation.
March 1, 2012
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Money and March Madness
These days in big-time college sports, everyone's in the money. So why aren't the athletes?
March 29, 2011