Former UCLA basketball player Ed O'Bannon
(AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)
August 19, 2014

NCAA’s Strongest Argument Might Be Cap Limit

The NCAA could soon find itself in the awkward position of arguing against capping compensation for future players, based on the ruling in the Ed O'Bannon case.


NCAA President Mark Emmert on Capitol Hill
(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
August 07, 2014

NCAA Votes To Boost Student-Athletes’ Benefits, Big Schools’ Power

Major college sports programs have taken what could be a major step toward sharing their wealth with the student-athletes whose performances help line their coffers.  Thursday's vote impacts the Power 5 conferences, including the Big Ten.


July 30, 2014

U Of I Labor Prof: NCAA Settlement Over Concussions “Not Much”

A professor of labor relations says the NCAA’s approval of a proposed settlement of a lawsuit over head injuries is good news in that it would obligate schools to have safety protocols for athletes.  But Michael LeRoy thought the amount would be more.


July 29, 2014

Judge: Need More Time To Consider NCAA Deal

A federal judge in Chicago stopped short of granting preliminary approval for class-action concussions settlement against the NCAA. He says he needs more time to decide if it's a good deal.  


July 29, 2014

NCAA Settles Head Injury Lawsuit

The NCAA has agreed to settle a class-action head injury lawsuit.  A federal court ruling obtained by The Associated Press says the NCAA will create a $70 million fund to test current and former college athletes for brain injuries.


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