After the Tiger Woods scandal, the PGA is finding it has to scramble to obtain corporate sponsorships, which used to come much easier. Will this continue when Woods inevitably returns to the game? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Coaches of big university football programs have been opting to trade in tradition for a healthier paycheck. And that's created a merry-go-round effect that's left hard-to-fill holes in collegiate sports departments. Ethan Lindsey reports.
U.S. figure skating doesn't enjoy the same mega-ratings it did when it boasted names like Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding. But as the top sport in the Olympic Winter Games, fans are still expected to tune in. Mitchell Hartman reports.
The Supreme Court is taking up an antitrust case over who's making the NFL's official uniforms and merchandise that could change the way joint ventures are allowed to do business. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Sam Eaton.
NFL owners and the players union have until March to come up with a new labor agreement before the salary cap expires for next season, which would mean salaries could skyrocket for some players and fall for others. Nancy Farghalli reports.
College football's Bowl Championship Series has been criticized for shutting out smaller schools with strong teams. And now a political action committee is actually lobbying for a change. Brett Neely reports.