USA Rugby Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Photo: SkySports It is no doubt a difficult time for everyone amid this world pandemic. Many stresses are placed upon many individuals and businesses in the United States and throughout the world. Stresses of the on-going virus and and halt to life is also placing stresses in the sports world. Sports leagues throughout the world... Continue Reading →

NIL Following COVID-19

A few months ago, state legislatures were hacking away at the foundations of NCAA “amateurism” by passing laws to allow students athletes to receive compensation for use of their name, image, and likeness. Celebrity athletes such as LeBron James, Draymond Green, and Richard Sherman praise the fall of the NCAA “amateurism” model and look forward... Continue Reading →

Hey, NCAA: Your Athletes Need You

The NCAA's obligation to winter and spring sport athletes whose careers were cut short due to COVID-19 is just beginning, as institutions, conferences, and the NCAA must take proactive steps to those support athletes who must navigate an unprecedented transition away from college athletics.  On Monday, members of NCAA Division I voted to extend spring... Continue Reading →

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