College Sports

College Athlete Bill of Rights Introduced in Congress

The sweeping legislation addresses not only college athlete NIL regulations, but also athlete healthcare and scholarship benefits.

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UCLA Signs with Nike, Jordan Brand in Wake of Under Armour Lawsuit

LA is now a Nike and Jordan Brand school. The deal, which begins July 1, 2021, covers six years, shorter than most university apparel sponsorships. The basketball and football teams […]

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The Potential NIL Power of Sarah Fuller

If college athlete name, image, and likeness rules had already taken effect, Fuller might have completed one of the most lucrative kickoffs in college sports history.

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Cheering On NIL

College cheerleaders aren’t held to the same rules as other college athletes and show the earning potential for student athletes.

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College Basketball Tips Off as Pandemic Peaks

“We’re kind of playing into the teeth of this virus,” Notre Dame men’s basketball coach Mike Brey recently told reporters.

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Ready For Tip-Off

“We’re kind of playing into the teeth of this virus,” Notre Dame men’s basketball coach Mike Brey recently told reporters.

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College Basketball’s ‘Bubbleville’ is Bellwether for Season to Come

If Bubbleville can’t keep COVID-19 at bay, it’s unclear whether any model for college basketball might allow the season finish.

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Under Armour Drops Out

Under Armour will pay $9.75 million to exit its 10-year, $50 million deal with Cincinnati five years before it was set to expire. Earlier this year, the company made headlines […]

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Central Arkansas Football Embraces Digital Engagement in Unique Year

The Central Arkansas Bears have had to get creative with fan engagement in a year where they are one of a handful of active FBS programs.

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NCAA to Relocate Men’s March Madness to Single Location

The governing body is in “preliminary talks” with Indiana and Indianapolis to host the tournament during March and April.

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