The association stripped the former UMass tennis player and her teammates of 49 victories because of a $504 accounting error. Why?
Like sports channels, the conservative propaganda network makes most of its money from people who aren’t viewers. What if it didn’t?
While the NCAA fights to prevent athletes from freely monetizing their names, images, and likenesses, Mitchell, an NAIA volleyball player, is cashing…
As schools scramble to save amateurism from impending legal doom, fans of the beloved and discontinued EA Sports franchise continue to pay the price
Whites are less likely than African-Americans to support college athletes profiting from their names, images, and likenesses
Like athletes swindled by financial scammers, Republicans convinced that Donald Trump beat Joe Biden are having a hard time accepting that they’ve been…
The organization in charge of college sports vigorously governs amateurism. But health and safety is another story
Memphis basketball star James Wiseman's $11,500 amateurism penalty is the tip of the iceberg
Emory University epidemiologist Zach Binney on MLB's Arizona plan, UFC's fight island, and the challenges of restarting sports during the coronavirus…
Public health historian Kathleen Bachynski on the parallels between refusing to wear goalie masks in hockey and face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic
Why an announcement on "modernizing" amateurism rules is the beginning—not the end—of a fight
A lawyer who beat the association in court explains how the college hoops star and his school can do the same