Stories Tagged as
College stars' name and image deals vs. the health of athletic departments
The channeling of NIL cash to athletes poses a risk to athletic department funding. Author Bruce Schoenfeld explains.
How close are college athletes to getting a cut of media revenue?
Now that the NCAA allows players to make money off their name, image and likeness, attention is turning to revenue from media deals.
One way for college athletics departments to make up for lost income: gambling partnerships
It's an attractive — if contentious — revenue stream for schools.
Small towns brace for altered college football schedules
Business owners in Maryville, Missouri, and Baldwin City, Kansas, say college athletics help their bottom lines.
Higher education could see big revenue losses from a sports shutdown
College sports bring TV contracts, corporate donations and other income that could be lost this year due to COVID-19.
NCAA Division II teams are investing millions in their athletics
Universities regard football as the welcome mat to their institutions. And even schools in the NCAA Division II are taking it seriously enough to invest millions in the their athletic facilities.
The NCAA's top conferences break out
If approved, a new proposal will give the Big 5 conferences more autonomy.
March Madness and the big business of college sports
Commissioner Bob Bowlsby runs the Big 12 and sees major changes in college sports ahead.
Weighing the high cost of college athletics
NCAA Division I universities continue to spend big money for sports programs, according to a new study. Does the investment pay off?
Penn State football faces severe NCAA penalties
This morning the NCAA announced an array of penalties against Penn State University for allegedly covering up the sexual abuse of Jerry Sandusky. The penalties include a $60 million fine, a four-year bowl game ban, and a 40 percent cut in scholarships.