As this year’s football season opens, there don’t seem to be any scandals making headlines, but does that mean that everything is fine?
Even amid conference realignments, Supreme Court decisions, and new TV deals, college football remains a delight for many.
The antitrust defeat for the NCAA’s ‘amateur’ rules will change college sports for the better, argues economics professor William Anderson.
Public opinion has turned against the NCAA’s ‘amateur’ rules.
The ruling bodes poorly for the NCAA’s ability to defend its rules in future cases.
The ruling does not specifically address the question of paying athletes directly.
Conservatives can craft a better way to defend women’s sports.
The South Dakota governor has vetoed a bill designed to ensure that female athletes aren’t forced to compete against biological men.
The Conference will attempt to hold competitions for the spring season, although it is not clear if a coronavirus vaccine will be available by then.
Brutal economic realities are about to catch up to big-time NCAA programs.