Wow. For the first time in the history of college sports, athletes are asking to be represented by a labor union, taking formal steps on Tuesday to begin the process of being recognized as employees,
It is obviously extremely important for the purity of the NCAA to not allow this guy to play college football: A Middle Tennessee freshman who finished five years of active service in the Marines this
Worth remembering in this week of March Madness that the labor, i.e,, the players, receive not one dime of the millions in revenue that the NCAA and schools pull in.
The NCAA, an organization with such open-decision making practices and clear accountability as to provide lessons to the mafia, is forcing a University of Minnesota wrestler to give up his music caree
The Big 10 expanding to include athletic powerhouses Maryland and Rutgers makes very little sense. If there’s one thing Big 10 football needs, a conference for which no single person outside the
Dan Wetzel: There is one instance in the Freeh Commission report where Graham Spanier, the disgraced former Penn State president, said enough is enough. One instance when he slammed down his authorita