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NCAA has ‘lost the high ground’ in public opinion

NCAA has ‘lost the high ground’ in public opinion

Apr. 9 | The Northwestern (NW) football players’ possible unionization efforts have started a snowball rolling that, despite all their legal might, the NCAA may find themselves struggling like Bullwinkle to stop. Almost immediately after the National Labor...

NCAA opposes student-athlete unionization — no surprise there

NCAA opposes student-athlete unionization — no surprise there

Feb. 12 |             Sixth in a series   College sports television contracts with ESPN/ABC, BTN, Fox and CBS College Sports among others range anywhere from eight to 25 years in length. This revenue stream reportedly is worth...

Women coaching men — can they? Will they?

Women coaching men — can they? Will they?

Jan. 29 |             Fourth in a series   Six women were full-time Division I men’s basketball assistants during an eight-year stretch from 2003 to 2011. Before that (1990-2002), there were three female assistants, two of...

Use of college players’ likenesses under court scrutiny

Use of college players’ likenesses under court scrutiny

Nov. 7 |  Class-action suit could affect larger issue of athlete exploitation By Charles Hallman Staff Writer An anti-trust lawsuit against the NCAA to compensate former and present college athletes for using their likenesses without Ramogi HumaPhoto courtesy...

For 30 years now, college football  has chased the green

For 30 years now, college football has chased the green

Sep. 5 |   Many think it’s time all the workers get their share   It went unnoticed, but last week was the 30th anniversary of college football turning into a big green industry. Green as in $$$. From the early 1950s, the NCAA negotiated college football...