Many first responders are experiencing alarming cognitive decline. Is their time at Ground Zero to blame?
Like every modern Olympics before them, the Tokyo Games are massively over budget. A scholar explains why sky-high cost overruns are the norm—and what …
Gender in sport scholar Nicole M. LaVoi on why the percentages of women coaching and leading women’s sports have decreased in college athletics, even a…
As racial justice and gender equity movements demand more representative leadership across society, senior decision-makers in college sports continue t…
Epidemiologist Zach Binney and sports business expert Scott Rosner on what sports has gotten right and wrong during the pandemic—and what comes next.
While the NCAA fights to prevent athletes from freely monetizing their names, images, and likenesses, Mitchell, an NAIA volleyball player, is cashing i…
History suggests that the athletes behind the #NotNCAAProperty movement won't sit out games. But if they do, this year's basketball tournament presents…
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…
Like sports channels, the conservative propaganda network makes most of its money from people who aren’t viewers. What if it didn’t?
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…
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 association stripped the former UMass tennis player and her teammates of 49 victories because of a $504 accounting error. Why?