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NCAA Football Analysis: Why College Athletes Should Be Paid to Play

Now, before anyone automatically comes on here and says, "Hey Joe, you suck!" I'd like for you to hear me out on this concern. In this article, I won't be discussing student athletes being paid like p... read more

'NCAA Football': Why video game series hasn't returned five years after last release

When "NCAA Football 14" released five years ago ... which left the situation in limbo and prevented college athletes from being paid for their likenesses. Because there is still no system in place to ... read more

College Athletes, Full-Ride Scholarships, and Anti-Intellectualism

The traditional orgy of college football games ... Association (NCAA) rules, “student athletes may not receive compensation.” The editors of The Times, Ley, Bilas, and others must surely understand th... read more

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How Not To Reform The NCAA

NCAA Bylaw 2.9 (“the Principle of Amateurism”) states, among other things, that “student-athletes should be protected from exploitation ... seen saying fans don’t want to watch paid college athletes p... read more


Six current football players join Ed O'Bannon's NCAA lawsuit

Like Smith, Fischer suffered an ACL injury playing college football that has healed enough to play ... athletes were never a part of this relationship, and plaintiffs' attorneys know it," she said in ... read more

Why Did Maryland Reinstate DJ Durkin?

To that end, Durkin allegedly “thwarts NCAA time limits” (the NCAA forbids schools from requiring their football players ... and debase players should remain entrusted with the well-being of college s... read more

Markets Are Not the Solution to the NCAA’s Problems

But the market-cynic analysis turns out to be a much, much worse way to think about college athletes ... why should a football player at Texas or Vanderbilt earn more than one at Georgia State or Gram... read more

Easy Way Out

Unlike the proposed National Football League concussion settlement ... for current and future NCAA athletes. Under the terms of the deal, the association will make the following changes to its concuss... read more

An Economist Explains Why Darren Rovell Is Wrong About Paying College Athletes

This is also the argument that NCAA expert Lauren Stiroh made in the O'Bannon case: "... there likely exists an excess supply of NCAA-eligible student-athletes who would be willing to play on ... were ... read more

ESPN's Sports Business Reporter Doesn't Understand Sports Or Business

But how does Rovell think college athletics programs—namely men's football and basketball, as well as women's basketball to a lesser degree—earn money? They do so by selling merchandise, selling ticke... read more



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