College Sports

Tax Returns Reveal Mark Emmert, Coach K Paydays and NCAA Legal Fees

During the fiscal year ending in 2021, the NCAA reportedly spent millions of dollars on two less-than-successful investments.

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As NCAA Threatens More NIL Regulation, States Back Off

While the NCAA attempts to exercise more regulation over NIL, another group is doing the exact opposite: state legislatures.

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New Big 12 Schools Negotiating AAC Settlement Up to $20M

The settlement would allow Cincinnati, Houston, and UCF to join the Big 12 a year earlier, in 2023. BYU is already set to join next year.

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Big Ten Could Announce Record Media Rights Deal in May

The Big Ten’s media rights negotiation is reportedly nearing a conclusion.

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Mario Cristobal’s $7.9M Mansion Matches Gargantuan Coaching Contract

In December, Mario Cristobal inked a reported 10-year, $80 million contract with the University of Miami. Now, he has a mansion to match.

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NCAA Reportedly Allowing Sale of Player Data to Sportsbooks

The NCAA has reportedly decided that it is not a violation of policy for conferences and schools to sell player data to sports betting operators.

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Miami Men’s Basketball Player Demands Bigger NIL Contract, Threatens to Transfer

The longtime market that’s existed to pay players has simply found a new avenue in NIL.

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NCAA President Mark Emmert to Step Down By June 2023

In a statement, NCAA Board of Governors chair John DeGioia said the decision was “by mutual agreement with the board.”

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South Carolina Champion Aliyah Boston Inks Multi-Faceted Deal with Under Armour

The highly decorated athlete and NCAA champion has announced a major partnership.

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JR Smith Named North Carolina A&T’s Academic Athlete of the Year

Smith achieved a 4.0 GPA during his freshman year. He recently became Lululemon’s first male golf endorser through his NIL deal.

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