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Zion Williamson's shoe: The business of college sports footwear

by Andy Uhler Feb 22, 2019
Duke's Zion Williamson split his Nike shoe wide open in a game against rival North Carolina, injuring his knee.
Zion Williamson #1 of the Duke Blue Devils reacts after falling as his shoe breaks against Luke Maye #32 of the North Carolina Tar Heels during their game at Cameron Indoor Stadium on February 20, 2019 in Durham, North Carolina.
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NCAA Division II teams are investing millions in their athletics

by Greg Echlin Dec 13, 2018
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.

Supreme Court makes sports betting a possibility nationwide

by Associated Press May 14, 2018
The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. The 1992 law barred state-authorized sports gambling with some exceptions.
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Adidas executive charged in NCAA bribe scheme

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 26, 2017
Federal prosecutors have announced charges of fraud and corruption in college basketball, including against four coaches.
The 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament in Jacksonville, Florida.
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North Carolina repeals 'bathroom law'

by Jana Kasperkevic Mar 30, 2017
The law was projected to cost the state more than $3.76 billion over dozen years.
North Carolina is about to repeal its controversial bathroom bill.
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March Madness at work: the cost of lost productivity

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 3, 2017
What's bad for business is good for morale.
Ryan Spangler, #00 of the Oklahoma Sooners, and Daniel Ochefu, #23 of the Villanova Wildcats, battle for the ball during the 2016 NCAA Men's Final Four Semifinal in Houston.
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Players skipping bowl games reignites debate about college athlete compensation

by Andy Uhler Jan 2, 2017
By sitting out bowl games, some players seek to protect their NFL value
Christian McCaffrey #5 of the Stanford Cardinal in action against the California Golden Bears at California Memorial Stadium on November 19, 2016 in Berkeley, California. 
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Softball has some unlikely origins and an uncertain future

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 21, 2016
Women who play competitive sports today have fewer opportunities to make it a career
Jennie Finch at the 2015 MLB All-Star Legends And Celebrity Softball Game at Great American Ball Park on July 12, 2015 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Why aren't people watching women's basketball?

by Tony Wagner Apr 5, 2016
For a lot of fans, March Madness ended with Villanova's buzzer-beater. Why?
Moriah Jefferson of the Connecticut Huskies shoots against Gabriella Hanson of the Oregon State Beavers in the second quarter during the semifinals of the 2016 NCAA Women's Final Four Basketball Championship at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on April 3, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Getting back from March Madness

by Tobin Low Apr 6, 2015
So you're out of the tournament. How do you and your teammates get home?