Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang released his newest policy proposal: to force the NCAA to pay student athletes.
In the final analysis, no moral difference exists between a female coach saying she would never hire a male assistant, and a white man saying that he would never hire a black.
Will Hobson is an investigative sports reporter at the Washington Post who covers our country’s largest athletic institutions. He joins Ben Domenech on The Federalist Radio Hour.
The 2018 men’s college basketball tournament has already set records and produced plenty of thrills with the Retrievers massive upset of #1 seed UVA. It’s far more than the NCAA deserves.
Guy Benson and Mary Katharine Ham host this Federalist Radio Hour in anticipation of Monday’s College Football National Championship.
Even if a savvy prosecutor can fit this reign of terror into a proper criminal indictment, why would he? Besides, doesn’t the FBI have better things to do with its time?
The NCAA’s March Madness have become a universally accepted way for Americans to participate in sports betting. The only problem: it’s illegal.
Add some beautiful madness to your March by bingeing these basketball documentaries.
Thank God that your kids haven’t displayed the athletic prowess necessary to trick you into spending a fortune you don’t have for a dream that will almost certainly never materialize.
If progressives truly believe House Bill 2’s trans bathrooms law is harming North Carolina, they should be excited about a possibility to get rid of it. Curiously, they’re not.
The NCAA is boycotting North Carolina in the name of trans rights. How will it reconcile its stance with women’s rights and its own divisions by sex?
Unless NCAA tips the academic-athletic balance heavily in favor of schooling, it will see more cheating scandals like those at the University of North Carolina.
We can’t pull a clear, unambiguous champion out of the beautiful mess that is college football. It’s a terrible idea to try.
Government shouldn’t be in the business of ripping people off. They do that enough, even without the lottery.
New Jersey’s appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court is Governor Christie’s last chance to bring regulated sports betting to the Garden State
The ripple effect of a ruling that student athletes are employees would require a complete overhaul of college athletics in the United States.
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