June 23 - 29, 2014 Vol. 17 — No. 11

Top Stories

  • Antitrust cases have college sports on edge

    Efforts by Northwestern University football players to unionize may have garnered the most national media attention, but sports law experts say that antitrust litigation has the potential to bring the most change to the NCAA’s model of college sports.

  • The business of blimps

    When it comes to blimps, there’s an unmistakable visual allure. These airships instantly convey to fans on the ground and watching on TV that “This must be a big event.” But there’s a business involved with blimps, as well.

  • CWS through the eyes of NCAA’s Leech

    We spend a day at the College World Series with Damani Leech, the NCAA’s managing director of championships, who supervises a staff of two dozen in Omaha for one of the NCAA’s most revered events, and certainly its most charming.

  • Longhorns’ AD Patterson goes on the offensive

    Texas Athletic Director Steve Patterson is tired of college athletics losing the PR battle, and he isn’t afraid to go on the offensive. Among his views: More autonomy for the five power conferences within the NCAA is mandatory, or else they should leave.

  • Notre Dame teaming up with Legends

    Notre Dame has hired Legends Global Sales to market new premium seats for the school’s $400 million expansion of Notre Dame Stadium.

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