Epidemiologist Zach Binney and sports business expert Scott Rosner on what sports has gotten right and wrong during the pandemic—and what comes next.
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While the NCAA fights to prevent athletes from freely monetizing their names, images, and likenesses, Mitchell, an NAIA volleyball player, is cashing i…
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History suggests that the athletes behind the #NotNCAAProperty movement won't sit out games. But if they do, this year's basketball tournament presents…
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From social media influencing to personal coaching, female college athletes are poised to profit in the new era of NCAA name, image, and likeness right…
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Like sports channels, the conservative propaganda network makes most of its money from people who aren’t viewers. What if it didn’t?
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Nearly two decades after the rule's adoption, coaches of Color continue to face career barriers when compared to their White peers. Here's why—and what…
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Like athletes swindled by financial scammers, Republicans convinced that Donald Trump beat Joe Biden are having a hard time accepting that they’ve been…
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The association stripped the former UMass tennis player and her teammates of 49 victories because of a $504 accounting error. Why?
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She was a volleyball star with a bright future in the sport, until blows to her head changed everything
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From Victor the human-wrestling bear to the teacup-flipping Red Panda, the whos, hows, whys, whens and what-the-bleeps of NBA halftime shows.
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As America liberalizes its cannabis laws, professional sports leagues are following suit.
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Coverage that focuses purely on emotional conflicts and who's winning impoverishes our democracy and obscures the real, important issues at play
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