A proposal to sell off part of the Pacific-12 Conference to private investors raises eyebrows among some athletics experts.
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Eleven African-American football players are suing the Maricopa County Community College District in federal court over its decision to end the football program.
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.
Schools moving beyond competition to include academic esports programs
Headphones are encased by Jake Barford's ears and a microphone is at the ready. They are part of the video-crafting ensemble he wields to broadcast himself to his 300,000 subscribers and the world.
LRP Media Group announced that they are launching the Academic Esports Conference & Expo.
‘I will never support a scenario where a female has to step to the starting line to race against a male, even if that male identifies as a female.
he NCAA Board of Governors on Tuesday voted unanimously to allow student-athletes to be paid for the use of their name, image and likeness once its three divisions decide on rules for such opportunities.
New businesses focused on the marketing rights to the name, image and likeness of college athletes are emerging in anticipation of an NCAA rule change, which has yet to be adopted.
“They are incorrect.” The Department of Justice did not mince words in its statement of interest supporting a lawsuit against a state athletic organization that forces girls to compete in sporting events with biological males who identify as girls.