Successful Athletes Draw Fan Attention to Issues and Causes Athletes who have found themselves in the spotlight due to winning performances in big games are choosing […]
A very real movement to address the issue of allowing college athletes to be paid for use of their name, image, and likeness (NIL) has begun.
Colleges and Universities are addressing their sports schedules in light of government health regulations regarding large gatherings. Of course, college football is one of the biggest stages for events with many venues holding more than 100,000 fans—on a good day.
Ten U.S. Senators announced a proposal that lays the groundwork for a college athletes bill of rights that will guarantee fair compensation, improved educational opportunities, and health and safety standards.