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OU Football Coach Bob Stoops: Paying College Athletes Could Be 'Risky'

The Huffington Post | Julian McWilliams | Posted 09.30.2015 | HuffPost Live 321

Oklahoma Sooners head football coach Bob Stoops doesn’t shy away from the ongoing debate on whether student-athletes should be paid. When Stoops spo...

Big 12 Commissioner Predicts College Athletes One Day Will Go On Strike

The Huffington Post | Travis Waldron | Posted 09.21.2015 | Sports

WASHINGTON -- College athletes at Northwestern University lost their effort to form a union in August when the National Labor Relations Board declined...

As College Football Season Kicks Off, The NCAA Is Still ‘Under Siege’

The Huffington Post | Travis Waldron | Posted 09.04.2015 | Sports

The NCAA scored a victory in August when the National Labor Relations Board declined to grant college athletes at Northwestern University the right to...

NCAA Ban On Paying Athletes Faces More Threats

Associated Press | Andrew Hart | Posted 08.22.2015 | Sports

Fresh off a ruling that Northwestern University football players can't form a union, the NCAA is about to face a more direct challenge to its longstan...

Student Athletics, Brought to You by Burger King

Seamus McKiernan | Posted 05.22.2014 | Sports
Seamus McKiernan

What do you call a TV ad about Burger King, the NCAA, and a former college basketball player? I call it a glimpse into the messy world of college sports and big business. And that's exactly what's on display this month during March Madness.

The Untenable Dichotomy in College Athletics

Warren K. Zola | Posted 12.02.2012 | Sports
Warren K. Zola

Darwinian principles have taken control of college athletics, further dividing institutions in the power conferences from everyone else. Just as Icarus followed his unchecked ambition and flew towards the sun, so too is college athletics chasing excess towards disaster.

NCAA Athletes Finally Demanding to Be Paid: A Professor's Perspective

Dr. Boyce Watkins | Posted 12.26.2011 | Sports
Dr. Boyce Watkins

The NCAA loves to put professional pressure on the backs of young athletes, while keeping nearly all the professional rewards for themselves.