The program comes after the Supreme Court forced the NCAA to rule that athletes could profit from their names, image, and likeness.
A Waste of Time: Condoleezza Rice and NCAA Commission Miss the Mark
The NCAA’s commission on changing college basketball, headed by former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, ultimately pointed fingers at everybody but themselves, putting forth unhelpful recommendations.
In Wake of NCAA Recruitment Scandal, One-and-Done Rule Must Go
Yahoo! Sports’ recent report, detailing the NCAA recruitment expenditure scandal, is a sign that now’s a better time than ever for the NBA to get rid of its one-and-done rule.
UNC’s Free Pass Offers Hope for Louisville Fans
On Friday, the NCAA announced that North Carolina wouldn’t be punished for academic fraud. That bodes well for Louisville in the wake of its latest scandal.
In Wake of HB2.0, NCAA Should Keep Boycott of North Carolina
North Carolina repealed the controversial HB2 legislation, but replaced it with a bill that still allows for discrimination of the state’s LGBTQ+ community.
From Courts to Fields: Inside the Legal Battles Facing the NCAA
The Supreme Court will decide the fate of O’Bannon v. NCAA this week, and with the case, the future of the organization’s legal battles regarding amateurism in college sports.
NCAA President Emmert Has Short Leash in Second Term
Mark Emmert’s shady history and inaction on major issues has many questioning the NCAA’s decision to renew his contract through 2020.