NCAA

Contactless Tech Comes to Colleges for Game Day Sales at Just The Right Time

Contactless payments and mobile point-of-sale offerings are coming to college sports venues just as institutions and athletic departments attempt to reconfigure operations and plan for new venue safety protocols in […]

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NFL Expands Life Skills Program to Prep College Players for Life After the Game

The NFL is expanding its College Outreach Program, which aims to help prepare collegiate student-athletes across the country for all that comes after college – whether that means a professional […]

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Emmert and Silver Sound Off

NCAA President Mark Emmert took to the organization’s Twitter account on Friday, while NBA Commissioner Adam Silver held a conference call with NBA players, offering some insight on how some […]

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Big 12 Commissioner Says Football Decisions Must Be Made ‘Between Early June And Late July’

Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby has set a timeline for his conference to make decisions about the upcoming fall football season, citing mid-summer as the window during which decisions must […]

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Georgia Tech Leads Brand-First Push in College Football

When Atlanta native Geoff Collins came back to Georgia Tech in 2019 to take over as the football team’s head coach, he brought with him a traditional focus with a […]

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Consensus Hard To Come By Around Student-Athlete NIL Opportunities

When the NCAA’s Board of Governors took another step toward allowing student-athletes to profit off of their name, image and likeness by supporting the allowance of conditional endorsements as well […]

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Fundamentals: Larry Scott, Pac-12 Commissioner

On the heels of the NCAA Board of Governors’ step towards allowing college athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness, Pac-12 Conference Commissioner Larry Scott joined Fundamentals to […]

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NIL Developments Get Support From NCAA

The NCAA’s Board of Governors has moved to support rule changes to allow student-athletes to get paid for their name, image, and likeness in a much-anticipated overhaul of the organization’s […]

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NCAA Takes Another Step Towards Athlete Endorsements and Compensation

The NCAA’s Board of Governors has moved to support rule changes to allow student-athletes to receive compensation for their name, image, and likeness in a much-anticipated modernization of the organization’s […]

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College Social Accounts Piggyback Off NFL Draft Success

The 2020 NFL Draft operated with few hiccups despite its virtual shift, drawing a record-setting number of viewers across all three days of its coverage. That benefited the league and […]

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