College Sports

College Athletic Department Diversity Efforts Face Scrutiny

Only 15.5% of Division I athletic directors at primarily white institutions in 2018-19 were people of color, while only 8.8% were Black, according to the TIDES Diversity report card.

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UCLA Seeks More Than $200 Million From Under Armour in Lawsuit

The breach of contract complaint, filed on Aug. 26 in the U.S. District Court’s Central District of California, alleges Under Armour improperly sought to end its 15-year deal with the school.

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Agents, College Players Face Uncertain Road to NFL Draft

Agents are struggling to advise players on a college football season filled with unknowns — especially for the players who might not get a season at all.

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Pac-12 Conference Hires Its First Dedicated Head of Football Operations

The Pac-12 Conference has hired a dedicated supervisor for all things football, reporting to Commissioner Larry Scott.  Merton Hanks, a seasoned NFL and college sports executive, will assume the role […]

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NCAA Likely to Give Division I 2020 Fall Athletes Extra Year

The additional year would be applied no matter how much an athlete competes throughout their season, whether they opt out over COVID-19 concerns or play a typical schedule.

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Lost Exposure

Adidas, Nike and Under Armour stand to be some of the companies hit the hardest by college sports postponements, as each brand has millions tied up in school contracts. A […]

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Power 5 Players Re-Raise Question of College Athlete Union

The week the Pac-12 and Big Ten decided to postpone fall sports seasons has also brought perhaps the most potent movement for college athletes to unionize since the Northwestern football team’s attempt in 2014.

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Bets are Off

Sports betting’s autumn landscape changed dramatically Tuesday as the Big Ten and Pac-12 postponed their fall sports seasons. As the decisions were announced mid-afternoon, sportsbook operators largely took down College […]

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College Dominoes Fall

The Big Ten and Pac-12 have postponed their fall sports seasons. Both Power 5 conferences anticipate attempting to play their football schedules in the spring. The announcements came after several […]

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Big Ten, Pac-12 Postpone Fall Sports

The decisions culminate a summer of uncertainty surrounding whether fall sports and football could be salvaged amid rising COVID-19 cases nationwide.

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