College Sports

How NCAA v. Alston Could Affect College Athlete Compensation

The high court typically agrees to hear a case for one of three reasons, Boise State professor Sam Ehrlich, who filed two supporting briefs in the case, told FOS.  First, […]

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How NCAA v. Alston Reached the Supreme Court

In their list of demands, the basketball players who staged this month’s #NotNCAAProperty movement made a plea to the Supreme Court. “[Do] not give the NCAA any power to deny […]

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March Madness Live Tries to Entice Viewers in Down Year

March Madness Live, the NCAA men’s tournament streaming platform, is looking to engage viewers with new look and interactive features.

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Athletes Fed Up with NCAA

On Wednesday, basketball players staged the #NotNCAAProperty protest for name, image, and likeness rights. Two days later, they also started calling out the discrepancies between the men’s and women’s tournaments. […]

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Hardly a Fitness Center

The first discrepancy that emerged between men’s and women’s bubbles were the gyms. On Thursday, athletes posted viral photos and videos comparing the men’s sprawling weight room to the women’s […]

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Two Different COVID Tests

It wasn’t just the amenities. Men’s and women’s teams weren’t even getting the same caliber of testing. While men’s teams receive daily PCR tests, women’s teams get less accurate daily […]

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NCAA Blasted for Differences Between Women’s, Men’s Tournaments

Resources inside the NCAA women’s basketball semi-bubble don’t measure up to those at the men’s tournament.

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NCAA Athletes Launch NIL Protest Amid March Madness

As March Madness tips off, athletes used the hashtag #NotNCAAProperty on Twitter to protest their lack of compensation rights.

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Broadcasting This Year’s March Madness

When March Madness games tip off today, TV crews will embark on what is likely their most difficult job since sports restarted. Chairman of CBS Sports Sean McManus said that […]

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NCAA Contact Tracing Protocols at March Madness

The first few days have already seen delayed practices and positive tests.  In all, seven people tested positive as of Wednesday morning, Gavitt said. Georgia Tech was the first to […]

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