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Judge Bars NCAA From Enforcing Rules on Name, Likeness

A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction siding with the states of Tennessee and Virginia in their lawsuit challenging the...
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Dartmouth Basketball Players Are Employees, NLRB Rules

Regional office of National Labor Relations Board says the Ivy League college’s male players can unionize. Dartmouth plans to appeal.

Big Ten, Southeastern Conferences Create Joint Advisory Board

The two biggest and most powerful conferences in big-time college athletics are joining forces to develop a joint committee to...

NCAA, Tennessee Spar Over Name, Image Rules

The National Collegiate Athletic Association is engaged in another war of words (and potentially legal action) with its member universities...
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Sports Costs Are an Affordability Issue

It’s time to stop saddling students with the out-of-control costs of Division I sports, Michael F. Cavanagh writes.

Charlie Baker, a light-skinned man with gray hair wearing a business suit, testifies before Congress

‘Revolutionary’ or ‘Reactionary’? NCAA Chief’s New Model for Big-Time Sports

Charlie Baker’s plan would let Division I colleges compensate players directly and give sports powers enormous latitude to set their own rules if they invest significantly in athletes.

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Seeking an Enrollment Hail Mary, Small Colleges Look to Athletics

As enrollment challenges compound for small liberal arts colleges, some are betting big on new athletics programs, hoping they’ll result in new tuition revenue.

‘Rebalancing’ Resources, Lindenwood to Cut 10 Sports Teams

Lindenwood University in Missouri will cut 10 sports teams as part of a larger effort to “rebalance” its staffing investments...