Monday, July 13, 2020

Abdul-Jabbar Explains Why Colleges Should Pay Athletes

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What’s Next for O’Bannon’s Ongoing NCAA Lawsuit

Amateurism in college sports may be on life support, but it’s not dead yet. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Wednesday...

In O’Bannon Case, Appeals Court Says NCAA Rules Violate Antitrust Laws

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Wednesday upheld the main thrust of a judge’s landmark decision...

NCAA’s Cost of Attendance Q and A

Division I college athletes now can receive athletics scholarships that provide funds to help pay the full costs of attending college, such as travel...

Are College Football Coaches About to Start Fining Players?

Earlier this year, the NCAA voted to allow colleges in the five biggest athletic conferences to increase athletes’ scholarship money so that it would...

College Conferences Try to Block Athletes Who Have Violent Pasts

As colleges struggle to control the public-relations damage caused by athletes’ criminal behavior, prominent conferences have begun measures to keep players with troubling pasts...

Muzzling College Athletes is Not the Answer

I understand why schools have implemented social media bans for their football players. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, they can send anyone down an hours-long rabbit hole...

11 Student-Athletes On What They Learned From Playing College Sports

As college students across the country head back to campus this month, thousands of student-athletes are also headed back to their on-campus gym. Early-morning...

NLRB’s Northwestern Ruling Sets a High Bar for Approving Student-Athlete Unions

The National Labor Relations Board decided on Monday to reject a bid by football players at Northwestern University to form a union. More than a...

Skills Employers Are Finding In Division III Athletes

The following article was published in Race Play/Michiana, and it has been re-printed with permission from the author, Wittenberg University student-athlete Ryan Parmater, class...