College Sports

NCAA Asks Supreme Court to Review Alston Case

The NCAA has issued a request to the Supreme Court to review a circuit court ruling in the case Alston v. NCAA.

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NIL Conversation Continues

Formal name, image and likeness legislation could come quickly to the NCAA. A working council is drafting up recommendations for student-athletes to be paid for those rights that could be […]

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Division I Officials Say NCAA Revenue Model Needs Reform, Per Survey

NCAA Division I officials overwhelmingly believe the Division I financial and governing model require major changes, a Knight Commission survey says.

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Old Dominion’s Decision to Break From Conference, Sit Out Football

While Conference USA wades through multiple game postponements because of COVID-19 safety concerns, Old Dominion is sitting out this year.

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Colorado’s PointsBet Deal Worth North of $1.6 Million, Reports Say

Sports betting became legal in Colorado as of May 1, so long as bettors place their wagers with a licensed operator in the state.

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Return of the MAC: A Recipe for Restarting an FBS Football Season

The recipe for reinstating an FBS football season takes hundreds of COVID-19 tests, one new scheduling model, and hours of Zoom calls, said MAC Commissioner Jon Steinbrecher.

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MAC in Action

The Mid-American Conference was the first conference to postpone college football and now it’s the last to come back. MAC schools unanimously voted to return to action with a six-game, […]

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Pac-12 Reverses Decision, Will Join Rest of Power 5 With Fall Football

All of the Power 5 conferences will take the field by mid-November, a feat that seemed almost impossible less than a month ago.

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Why Trump, Local Politicians Cared so Much About the Big Ten Restart

The Big Ten talk was part of President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, experts say. For local politicians, it was an appeal to voters and a way to avert a local financial crisis.

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Burdened Bonuses

A month prior to laying off or furloughing almost half its staff, the Pac-12 paid out performance bonuses, according to The Mercury News. Approximately 50 employees — including Commissioner Larry […]

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