College Sports

Saban, Smart Voice Concern Over NIL Recruiting Tactics

Nick Saban and Kirby Smart both voiced discontent over an NIL trend that could be a major focus going forward.

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Learfield, U.S. Integrity Form College Sports Betting Watchdog

As the sports betting industry’s foothold in college sports continues to grow, so do concerns about corrupt gambling. One major college sports company has created a product to help police it.

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The First Six Months of the NIL Era

Thousands of athletes are now at least a little bit richer.

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CFP Championship Game Could Bring $150M to Indy

Next week’s College Football Playoff National Championship game is set, and host city Indianapolis is primed to cash in.

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The Company Educating College Sports' Biggest Programs on NIL

Six Power 5 schools have signed on to renew $2 million worth of deals with Altius Sports Partners for their NIL services.

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NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship Draws Record Ratings

Sunday’s championship match between Wisconsin and Nebraska drew 1.19 million viewers — the most ever for women’s volleyball on any ESPN network.

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A Potential Consolation

Because of the NCAA’s rule, current deals can’t be nullified because of injury. An athlete wouldn’t automatically lose their marketability, either.

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A Rare Pro-Athlete Rule

Could Bueckers’ injury affect her NIL deals? According to an NCAA rule, the answer should be no.

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How Nielsen Sports Is Changing the Game of College Recruiting

Once the nets come down on another chaotic March, the college basketball madness really tips off. Recruiting is the game within the game; a competition that can make or break […]

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Reconsidering NIL Governance

The previous draft answered the question about who should govern NIL: divisions. But the new draft suggests the NCAA acknowledges even that may not be possible.

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