TECHZebra Technologies insuring Super Bowl 49 Is a showcase for future of sportsSmall radio-frequency identification (RFID) tracking devices on players provide real-time, location information such as speed and distance traveled, plus acceleration of individuals on the field.
CFPNFL may be unbeatable, but college football had a better yearThe first College Football Playoff delivered on its promise to make its initial championship game an event, Super Bowl-like.
GOING PROA Long ShotMore 75% of D1 men’s basketball players say they believe it is at least “somewhat likely” they will play in the NBA, but only 1.2% will be drafted by an NBA team.
CONCUSSIONSPlaintiff attorney tries again to lead NCAA concussion lawsuitAn attorney who opposes the NCAA's proposed class-action concussion settlement is trying again to become lead counsel for the case's personal-injury claims now that a judge initially denied the $75 million settlement.
SPORTS LAWAnother class-action lawsuit: academic fraud vs. NCAA and UNCClips eFlashA scathing 100-page complaint has been filed against the NCAA and UNC for academic fraud, and by the same law firm that brought the O'Bannon case.
JOB SEARCHWell-Prepared in Their Own Eyes A new survey has shown that college students think they are well-prepared for future careers, but employers don’t agree.
COAPower 5 proposals change financial face of college sports The numbers associated with full cost of attendance can be daunting, and worse—far worse—for schools outside the top top tier.
FACILITIES A Series of College Facilities to be Renovated The arms race is alive and well, and all over the map.
O'BO'Bannon lawyers cite Oliver Luck comments in reply to NCAA appealIn a 59-page filing Wednesday with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the O'Bannon plaintiffs try to shoot down three flaws cited by the NCAA in its appeal.
SEXUAL ASSAULTS28 universities will participate in AAU sexual assault climate surveyThe survey, among the largest ever on sexual assault, will begin in April.
FBFlorida to build new indoor football practice facilityUniversity Athletic Association announces plans to build a $15 million facility.
CHEATINGNCAA Says It’s Investigating Academic Fraud at 20 CollegesThe increase in alleged academic violations is attributed to stricter NCAA academic standards and a rise in cheating among college students in general.
REFORMCollege Football Players as Employees: About This There Should be no DebateClips Guest CommentaryComparisons between college football players and college debate team members are off the mark, says the author.
RECRUITINGMen’s recruiting costs vary widely among D1-A schools EADA stats range from $2,096,000 (Tennessee) to $96,000 (Louisiana-Monroe).
SAFETYMore Colleges Are Employing Armed Police Officers, Survey Finds Over all the number of campuses using armed officers rose from 68% in the 2004-5 academic year to 75% in 2011-12.
TUITIONWhy Colleges Are Like Cable Companies A low teaser rate usually goes away (or gets reduced) in years 2, 3 and 4.
FLY-ON-WALLIt's your favorite foreign NCAA conventionClips Eyewitness Report Speculation about the unknown effects of autonomy permeated much of the buzz at the NCAA convention last week in Washington DC.
AUTONOMYWho Has the Most to Gain as College Sports Enters a New Era It will take years to figure out who are winners and who are losers, but here’s a good first guess of how it will sort out.
AMATEURISMOp-Ed: The NCAA empire is built on the sweat, talent—and harm—of its players Clips Guest CommentaryOur guest author makes the case that college sports can survive and even thrive without taking advantage of the players.
MOTIVATIONWhen Colleges Abandon Phys Ed, What Else Is Lost? Is a Los Angeles Community College professor part of a renaissance of old-fashioned phys ed?
STUDENT-ATHLETESGiving Athletes a VoiceThe voice of the student-athlete
AWARDSJim Tressel: 'Price was paid' with NCAA when he left Ohio StateJim Tressel to the College Football Hall of Fame
NCAA Forgetting Title IX?Have the new changes to the NCAA taken Title IX into consideration?
NCAA NCAA: White House meeting didn't discuss presidential commissionNCAA officials and athletic directors met Wednesday with the White House
CFBDeclining availability of charter flights will affect NCAA championships travelChanges in the airline industry will affect NCAA championships travel in 2015 and beyond.