College Sports

Making Way for Compensation Reform?

At first glance, a change in the NCAA’s constitution draft may seem small. But it could open the door for a shift in the definition of amateurism.

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How the Horizon League Is Approaching NIL

Few conference-wide plans are as detailed as the NIL strategy in the Horizon League.

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A Potential Future Model

NIL company founders believe the school-specific marketplace is here to stay.

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A Troubling Trend

The coaching carousel has made one thing clear: When it comes to running a top college football program, there’s always money to go around. That’s struck a nerve with athlete advocates.

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Head Coaches’ New Jobs

In the past few days, two of the Power 5’s most successful programs have lost their head coaches to ailing — though rich — teams. And schools that took them are throwing around more money than ever before. 

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Bueckers Signs with Gatorade as NIL Strategy Comes into View

UConn phenom Paige Bueckers just inked a landmark deal with Gatorade, only her second partnership so far. Her NIL strategy is finally beginning to crystallize after months of silence.

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College Sports Event Operators Invest in NIL

For the first time, athletes themselves can get paid to market college games through NIL deals.

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Alston Decision Caveat

The NCAA appears hell-bent on penalizing athletes for things the public — and perhaps even the law — doesn’t consider a crime.

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The Problems with NCAA Infractions

The NCAA Infractions Appeals Committee upheld the previous UMass decision — suggesting the process isn’t in the best interest of athletes themselves.

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NIL Regulation Remains Unresolved

The NCAA’s constitution draft said divisions, conferences and schools should all write their own NIL regulations. But at Monday’s virtual convention, the proposal only raised several concerns.

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