While most endorsement deals go to college athletes at schools with big-time sports programs, new research has found
community college athletes could profit as well.
College admissions advantages for recruited athletes likely perpetuate educational inequality even more than those given to children of alumni.
Students who come from families that are more well-off financially have an advantage in their quest to become a college athlete, researchers have found.
Women college athletes face far more limited career prospects than men. The NCAA’s new endorsement rules may help level the playing field when it comes to making money from their athletic ability.
A sports management scholar weighs in on whether college athletes can appear in their school’s swag while promoting various products.
NBA star LaMelo Ball told GQ magazine that star athletes who want to play in the NBA ‘don’t need school.’ Was he right or wrong? And why?
New research shines the light on how colleges can inflate living expense estimates to offer bigger stipends to student-athletes.
Student-athletes can now seek to make money from their name, image and likeness. But there are risks, a college sports expert warns.
Pro sports teams use big data to win big. It’s time for colleges to get students in on the action, a computer science professor argues.
New legislative proposals want to allow ‘sex testing’ of girl athletes through genital exams and genetic and hormone testing.
A sports management scholar weighs in on the potential consequences of holding Big Ten football games in the fall instead of waiting for a vaccine or better safety procedures.
When college athletes practice or play, they’re really performing work. But are they able to speak up when the work conditions threaten their health? And what happens when they do?
Our experts offer safer ways to bring back amateur sports.
Much more than trophies are at stake when colleges recruit football players.
Unlike when Kobe Bryant went straight from high school to the NBA, future superstars must now spend at least one year in college or overseas. A sports scholar explains how that could soon change.
Now that the NCAA will allow college athletes to seek paid endorsements, questions abound about how the players will be able to cash in on those deals. An expert on student athletes weighs in.
California’s legislature has approved a bill that would let college athletes get paid endorsements. A sociologist explains what the measure would mean for the players.
While most college football players believe they have a good shot at going pro, statistics – and the upcoming NFL draft – show most are sadly mistaken and would be well served to earn their degrees.
As the nation prepares to watch the Final Four, a sports scholar examines new information that shows how college athletes make money for their schools, coaches and corporations – but not themselves.
New systems with stricter rules would make it easier to hold colleges and universities accountable on behalf of the taxpayers who support them.