Graduate Transfer Restrictions Make No Sense

A graduate transfer embodies the very mantra the NCAA engrained into the masses for a generation: Going pro in everything but sports. It's technically true. The vast majority of college athletes will not play professionally; including high Div. I football players, only a fraction of whom will play in the NFL. Earning a degree --…

NCAA Reform Through Healthcare

Money and sports: These are two institutions that a considerable portion of the American populace value over all others. The former is nothing new, and even a driving force in the formation of this as an independent nation. But the latter is a relatively recent phenomenon. Sports in general and football specifically are no longer…

Big Ten and Pac-12 Commissioners Talk Changes to College Sports

Seismic shifts are on the horizon for college sports. Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany and Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott addressed some of the more pressing concerns and challenges ahead for revenue-generating sports in the major conferences in a Q&A session at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco Wednesday. The entire discussion airs tonight on Pac-12…

Alabama RB Derrick Henry’s Car and Competitive Advantages

Nothing brings sparks phony indignation quite like a college athlete posing with something valuable, and the latest instance is Alabama running back Derrick Henry's car as seen in the below Instagram photo. Henry is captured posing in front of a swanky, Crimson Tide-colored Dodge Challenger. (more…)