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Judge Approves $208.7 Million Settlement for Scholarship Athletes

A federal judge in California recently approved a $208.7 million settlement to compensate college athletes who attended school using traditional sports scholarships rather than...

For Every Action, There is a Reaction

When are athletes going to learn that for every action they take that there will be a reaction from others? The latest incident with...

Baker Mayfield and the Death of Sportsmanship

There was an interesting series of incidents involving quarterback Baker Mayfield at the recent Oklahoma v. Kansas football game that speaks to both the...

College Hoops ‘Shamateurism’

George Vescey, once a New York Times sports columnist and the co-author of a top selling 1976 book about country singer Loretta Lynn, Coal...

Armour: LaVar Ball Lurks Over UCLA’s Decision to Discipline Players Accused of Shoplifting

Sure, it was an international incident that threatened to spark a diplomatic crisis and required the intervention of the U.S. president. That was the easy...

Fixing College Basketball is a New Goal

The President of the National Collegiate Athletic Association has some concerns at the start of the 2017-2018 college basketball season. Dr. Mark Emmert reacted to...

NCAA Board Approves $12.5 Million More for Concussion Research

The NCAA’s top governing board unanimously approved $12.5 million in additional funding for the most comprehensive clinical study of concussion and head impact exposure ever conducted....

Lizzy Crist Named 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year

Lizzy Crist, a biomedical engineering graduate and former women’s soccer standout at Washington University in St. Louis, was named the 2017 NCAA Woman of...

USOC Forms New Body to Improve Relations with Collegiate Sports

A new Collegiate Advisory Council has been set-up by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) to "guide and strengthen" sport programming at university level. The...

NCAA Basketball Bribery Scandal and What Will Change

Ten college basketball assistant coaches were charged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation with accepting bribes in order to steer their players to a...

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