NCAA Granted Stay In O'Bannon Case Virginia Tech Selling Beer In Club Seats MWC Struggling To Keep Up With Power Five Michigan Ends Legends Uniform Program Drake's Pics Draw Univ. Of Kentucky's Ire UAB Football Returning In '17 NCAA Giving $18.9M To D-I Schools Bob Bowlsby Happy With Big 12 Setup ACC To Let Schools Handle Punishments Sun Belt Wants Fewer Big-Money CFB Games
NCAA Granted Stay In O'Bannon Case, With No Timetable For Appellate Court RulingPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 03 / 15
An appellate court "granted a stay on Friday of a federal judge’s ruling last year that NCAA rules preventing athletes from making money from college sports broadcasts and video games violated antitrust law," according to Tracy & Strauss of the N.Y. TIMES. The stay "is at least a temporary...
The Las Vegas Bowl, which is owned by ESPN Regional TV, has replaced the Aloha Bowl on the Christmas Day lineup, but "probably even more significant is that the bowl ... switched from ESPN2 to ABC," a
ONE OF THESE NIGHTS: In Denver, Michele Ames notes sound problems during the Eagles'' August 11 concert at Invesco Field at Mile High and writes the Metro Football Stadium District will pay as much as
Earlier this year, Michael Kelly was hired as Univ. of South FL (USF) Associate AD for Business Development & Marketing, according to Gary Haber of the TAMPA TRIBUNE, who wrote that Kelly "impressed f
Atlanta-based Cingular Wireless "is close" to signing an NCAA corporate sponsorship valued at up to $3.5M for the ''01-02 academic year, according to sources of Lee & Bernstein of the SPORTSBUSINESS J
HOST RESTRUCTURES: Host Communications announced the company''s event and association management businesses strategically are coming together under the same operational umbrella, entitled "Host Affini
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The Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) "for the first time ... is training its sights on an American factory," as it has recently issued a report "accusing the New Era Cap Company of having an extraordina
After meeting with referees yesterday, the NFL said that "no progress had been made" in its attempt to reach an agreement on a new contract with its game officials, according to Leonard Shapiro of the
The ACC''s move to air 18 men''s basketball games nationally on Sunday nights on FSN (see THE DAILY, 8/16) "revives the question about what the limits are if any when it comes to how muc
The NFL has commitments from over 100 college football referees "willing to work if the league doesn''t have a labor agreement with its referees" before the season begins September 9, according to Cur