Missouri became the latest state to enact a law allowing student athletes to earn compensation based on use of their name, image and likeness.
The LSU sophomore has a combined 5 million followers through TikTok and Instagram, which could make her an instant millionaire with the right sponsor.
A BYU statement said athletes can be compensated for some activities, but they cannot promote such things as alcohol, tobacco, gambling, adult entertainment, and coffee.
New NIL laws will allow student athletes to make money without running into problems at their school, conference or NCAA rules.
"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.
The NCAA is working toward a solution for name, image and likeness compensation for athletes while possibly maintaining bans on pay-for-play and recruiting incentives.
"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.
The climax of the NCAA baseball season gets underway on Saturday at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
The super regionals stage of the 2021 NCAA Baseball Tournament gets underway on Friday with Vanderbilt taking on East Carolina.
No. 1 overall seed Arkansas risks not making it to the super regional stage after losing to Nebraska on Sunday.
The Hall of Famer won't be joining Duke's Mike Krzyzewski in retirement just yet.
Mike Krzyzewski, the man better known as Coach K, is stepping down after more than forty years at Duke.
The head coach of the University of Cincinnati's women's soccer team said Sidloski was a "phenomenal human being."
As more leagues and venues continue opening to more and more fans, the majority of them maskless, it shows that COVID is becoming a part of sports history.
It's a stark contrast from the NCAA's stance last month when it said it would be difficult to hold championship events in states that have anti-transgender sports laws.
The NCAA's Board of Governors expressed support for the inclusion of transgender athletes, saying the NCAA will "closely monitor these situations to determine whether NCAA championships can be conducted in ways that are welcoming and respectful of all participants."
The Kentucky Wildcats freshman Terrence Clarke died in a car crash outside Los Angeles on Thursday at the age of 19.
Folks may have to watch this video more than a few times to figure out what happened on a bizarre, 1-yard touchdown pass.
Should amateurism end without proper regulations in place, student-athletes would risk being tossed from one exploitive situation to another without their best interests in mind.
"The NCAA likes to threaten FL and other states. Well, here's a threat to the NCAA—the American people are not going to allow biological males to compete in women's sports. It's not going to happen," the Florida senator tweeted.
Nearly two-thirds of the states in this country are in jeopardy of not hosting any college championship events if they pass the law.
Frayer, his sister and a third person were traveling in a car that collided with a California Highway Patrol cruiser on Tuesday.
Noem clashed with Tucker Carlson after the anchor challenged her for not signing a bill that would have banned transgender girls and women taking part in female sports.
"There's a lot of negativity towards the NCAA now, which obviously there should be, they should be held accountable to this," Prince told Newsweek.
The Oregon Ducks forward called out the NCAA on TikTok shortly after a Stanford coach had also publicly criticized the facilities.
NCAA player Sedona Prince also used the video to respond to the claim that lack of equipment was a "space" issue.
The men's workout area looks like a Gold's Gym while the women's gym looks one small corner of a hotel room was cleared out so some yoga mats could be stashed.
One of the match officials returned a positive coronavirus test, while the other five were sent home after being in contact with him.