Sports Business

The New York Times Renews Interest in Buying The Athletic

Six months after talks stalled, The New York Times has reemerged as a potential buyer of The Athletic, sources told Front Office Sports.

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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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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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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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NIL Marketplaces Go Local

NIL companies are going local.

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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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