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Schools moving beyond competition to include academic esports programs
Judge declares that association and colleges illegally restrict value of "education benefits" to which big-time football and basketball players are entitled -- but stops far short of free market sought by athletes.
Eleven African-American football players are suing the Maricopa County Community College District in federal court over its decision to end the football program.
A proposal to sell off part of the Pacific-12 Conference to private investors raises eyebrows among some athletics experts.
Special commission wants to end one-and-done but largely punts on key issues such as athlete pay and time demands that might impede academic performance.
Eastern Michigan University announced Tuesday, March 20, that it will reduce its intercollegiate athletic program by four sports, effective at the end of the 2018 spring season, as part of an overall restructuring of its budget.
There’s nothing illegal about taxing car rentals to pay for sports stadiums and other projects, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
Among the reams of evidence collected by the FBI in its investigation of college basketball corruption are meticulous records of payments and scheduled payments to the families of players, Yahoo’s Pete Thamel and Pat Forde report.
Zynab Makki, a junior at Champlain College in Burlington, Vt., had driven 90 minutes from her home for the chance to meet Tyler Schrodt, the young founder and chief executive of the Electronic Gaming Federation.