PAC-12Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott addresses the revenue gap with Big Ten, SECThe all-knowing, all-seeing business of college sports sage of the Left Coast gets down to the gritty on Pac-12 revenues.
SALARIES2016 NBA Draft 1st Round Rookie Salary ProjectionsHere’s detailed chartage and enlightened commentary about NBA rookie salaries.
GENDERThe importance of the WSF's gender bias reportMarjorie Snyder, WSF senior director of research and programs, spoke with espnW about the recent coaching gender study.
DIVERSITYSupreme Court affirmative action decision a win for truly amateur college sportsAuthor: It is not in America’s long term best interest to have 12 elite colleges produce the majority of the business leaders in America.
PAY10 ways college athletes can get paid and remain eligible for their sportFrom modeling to competing in other sports, athletes have options to bring in money while in school.
SEXUAL ASSAULTSNew Push to Ban Violent AthletesA petition signed by 130,000 people urges the NCAA to ban student-athletes convicted of sexual assault.
REFORMFighting for a cleaner version of college sportsClips Guest AuthorGuest author lauds Knight Commission's Amy Perko for “resolutely carrying the banner for traditional college-sports values."
SEXUAL ASSAULTS2 high-profile cases offer glimpse of futureSexual assault cases at Stanford and Yale were thrust into the national news, but the differences between their cases are as instructive as the commonalities.
HIRINGWhat are college governing boards getting from their search firms?It has become a given to retain an outside firm for hiring presidents and provosts.
STREAMINGNetflix....first into an unbundled sports TV future?ClipsExcerptsHere's a look at how we'll be selling, buying and viewing "TV" in the future (hint: it won't really be TV).
VALUESBaylor’s epic failure on a fundamental responsibilityAn unhysterical commentary about the effect of football on campuses casts an ominous warning for all of us.
ICONIC LOGOHow a college student created one of sport's most iconic imagesIt is the 45th anniversary of one of the most iconic logos in sports and business (Nike, of course).
CTEWhy Archie Griffin's brother is suing NCAA, Big Ten over concussionsRay Griffin wants people to understand what football did to his brain.
FIRINGMotion filed by Briles opens door for potential suit vs. BaylorSeparation agreements can be gritty and contentious; and that has been especially so with Baylor Coach Art Briles.
REGIME CHANGELouisville President steps down, Kentucky Governor seeks ouster of BoardThe move is touted as a fresh start, but some see a power grab by a governor who they say has not been a friend to higher education.
SEXUAL ASSAULTSLong Jail Terms for Sexual Offenders Do Little GoodResearch shows that longer sentences do not effectively address deterence, victim healing, and rehabilitation.
NACDA2016 NACDA Convention: Info, Ideas, ConnectionsClips Eyewitness Report The NACDA convention in Dallas attracted 6,500 attendees; and 6,500 satisfied attendees returned home.
BEERBeer sales to expand throughout Kinnick? No chance, says UI presidentIowa State takes wait-and-see approach at Jack Trice Stadium.
SEXUAL ASSAULTSFormer Basketball captain sues Yale over alleged sexual assaultClips eFlashOn-campus sexual assault cases are being taken much more seriously these days. That’s a good thing, except when one gets botched.
SATELLITESClipsEd attends two satellite FB camps in one day Clips Eyewitness Report The Clips editor criss-crossed North Jersey to attend a pair of football camps: the Harbaugh camp and the Ash/Rutgers; Meyer/Ohio State; Rhule/Temple camp.
REFORMCommon sense reforms to clean up and save college footballEnough has gone wrong in the sport of college football over the last few weeks -- not to mention the last few years -- and it's time to fix it.
WBK HOFDual-sport superstar Natalie Williams inducted into Women's Basketball HOFA two-sport star at UCLA, Natalie Williams once played for the Bruins' volleyball and basketball teams in the same day.
MBKMen's basketball attendance tops 32 million for 10th straight year32 million peeps attended NCAA MBK games last year; that's more than the combined populations of Sweden, Pittsburg, Iceberg, Iceland, Baltimore, Mordor and New Haven combined.
INTERNATIONALPac-12: Commissioner Larry Scott talks AsiaInterview covers the conference’s Pacific Rim initiatives, including international brand building, engagement and relationship development.
CONFERENCESThe Big 12 has a unique opportunity with its new championship gameThough the Big 12 has not held a league title game since 2010, it's now in the position to do what others can't -- ensure its best teams play for the title.