"Allison is a massive talent. ESPN's loss is our members' gain," Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro said.
NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo said the term "student-athlete" was created to discourage college athletes from pursuing rights as employees.
A memorandum issued by the National Labor Relations Board said student-athletes are employees according to the National Labor Relations Act.
Kutcher, who briefly attended the University of Iowa and is a Hawkeyes fan, might be ESPN's celeb pick for Saturday's game in Ames against the rival Cyclones.
"It's pretty amazing and great motivation for our fans and the state," Kiffin told ESPN while speaking about the team's 100 percent vaccination rate.
Texas and Oklahoma sent a joint letter to the SEC requesting "invitations for membership to the Southeastern Conference starting on July 1, 2025."
"I am deeply troubled that some of our student-athlete parents were subjected to racist slurs during last night's game," Candice Storey Lee tweeted Tuesday.
College athletics is big business and it's time to allow the drivers of that business to enjoy the fruits of their labor.
Republican lawmakers in Ohio were met with pushback from Republican Governor Mike DeWine, who questioned a ban on transgender girls competing in sports.
"The truth is, whether people want to admit it or not, when the players get paid now nobody's going to turn away from it now either," said Bilas.
The Supreme Court voted unanimously in support of former college athletes over NCAA over rules limiting certain compensation. The ruling does not specify salary, but instead will help determine whether schools offer athletes compensation for educated-related benefits.
If the postseason playoff is expanded from four to 12 teams, there would be no limit on the number of teams coming from one conference.
Florida joins four other states that are looking to implement laws allowing student athletes to make money from their name, image and likeness as of July 1.
"I think there is no better place in the United States to come find your dream and to make it happen then right here at LSU," Dr. William F. Tate IV said after being hired as the university's president on Thursday.
NCAA player Sedona Prince also used the video to respond to the claim that lack of equipment was a "space" issue.
In comparison, 21 percent said they oppose the postponement of the season, with 12 percent saying they somewhat oppose and 9 percent saying they strongly oppose.
"If I would have said, 'I don't believe in it. It doesn't work,' it would be the hottest thing going right now," Trump said.
Cut bloat, not sport.
We need to save women's sports by making sure only women can participate.
The Republican senator from Florida continued his demands for people to "weigh cost versus benefit" of coronavirus lockdown restrictions
"I don't think we're going to start on time," Finebaum said while appearing on ESPN's 'Get Up.' "I think the odds of starting September 5 are very, very slim."
The former marketing agent seeks $100 million in damages, and asks Williamson to "admit" he and his family "demanded and received gifts" and other economic benefits to play basketball at Duke University.
"We'll start with the employees of this company, the ones that come in this building. Then we'll bring the players in, and slowly but surely we'll test them all in," Oklahoma State University football coach Mike Gundy said about bringing the football program back up during the coronavirus.
The University of Pennsylvania announced on Wednesday that the remainder of the women's volleyball season will be cancelled after finding "vulgar, offensive, and disrespectful posters" in the women's locker room.
While commissioners all expressed concern at the passage of California's Fair Pay to Play Act earlier this week, some coaches seem to support the new law.
While LeBron James championed the change, Hershel Walker speculated that it might sow division among athletes.
Baylor University is known for its anti-LGBTQ policies. This is something football rival Rice University did not let go unnoticed at last weekend's game.
"I just had an amazing idea," Tina Fey, a UVA alum, says in a new public-service annoucement. "Stop doing that."
The NCAA currently prohibits college athletes from making any income off their collegiate sports career.