NCAA Trying To Find Its Way Amid Upheaval Judge On NCAA Concussion Settlement Not Yet Satisfied Davis' Chevy Ad Continues To Draw Attention Bilas, Sehorn Disagree On Compensation Emmert Lays Out Wishes For Power Five Schools Benefiting From Conference Distributions NCAA, O'Bannon Plaintiffs Want Appeal Settled First First Meeting Of Autonomous Voting Members Set KFC Yum! Center Sees $1.4M Profit In FY '14 NCAA Files Motion In Response To O'Bannon Ruling
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SBD Article Published October 27, 2014
Not only is the NCAA currently "turmoil-ridden, it is also -- thanks t... NCAA President Mark Emmert: ...iver Luck said that for all of its "pitfalls, the NCAA is showing new signs of flexibility and pragmatis... " He added that ideas that NCAA officials "would have once dismissed are getting... " Luck said, "The NCAA is more open to solutions that heretofore haven’t...
SBD Article Published October 24, 2014
...sed concerns Thursday about some elements" of the NCAA's proposed $75M settlement regarding concussions... " The NCAA "reached a preliminary settlement in July" that w... ...individually sue universities, conferences or the NCAA for personal-injury damages and waive their claim... ...a designated sport at one of the more than 1,000 NCAA member schools to qualify for the medical exams"...
SBD Article Published October 23, 2014
NCAA bylaws "allow an athlete to compete professionall... The NCAA is "allowing her to accept endorsement money, whi... ...h there won’t be any direct precedent binding the NCAA because her success is unique" (WALL STREET JOURN... ...e, because for at least 0.2 seconds, she made the NCAA look like it had a little bit of common sense. ESPN's Michael Wilbon said of the NCAA, "I don't want to give people too much credit for...
SBD Article Published October 16, 2014 by Russell Burton, Editorial Assistant
ESPN’s Jay Bilas on Tuesday maintained that NCAA athletes are being exploited and that college foo... ...d Kessler was “about to drive a truck through the NCAA” and that he is “the one to be afraid of.” Bilas... The NCAA didn’t say you couldn’t go play in the NFL ... th...
SBD Article Published October 09, 2014
NCAA President Mark Emmert yesterday said that the Pow...
SBD Article Published October 02, 2014
Even after factoring in "realignment-related expenses such as travel," many schools that have switched conferences in recent years "will have millions of dollars to spend," according to Paula Lavigne of ESPN.com. Perhaps no other school "has been questioned as much about whether it negotiated the best financial deal as Nebraska." NU received about $16M from the Big Ten this past year, whereas other Big Ten schools received about $27.5M each. NU "doesn't get a full share of conference distribu...
SBD Article Published September 22, 2014
The NCAA and the Ed O'Bannon plaintiffs on Friday “asked t... In a joint filing, the NCAA said that “it is ‘critical’ for the appeal to be... ” The filing states the NCAA “contends that if this appeal is not resolved by... that date, then absent a stay the NCAA and its members will, in the NCAA's words, be forced to make fundamental changes to... The NCAA “requested that oral arguments be set for a date”...
SBD Article Published September 11, 2014
The 80 voting members in the new NCAA autonomy structure will “meet formally to begin h... ” A separate NCAA Convention business session for the Power 5 confe...
SBD Article Published September 09, 2014
The KFC Yum! Center finished FY '14 with a $1.4M operating profit, which officials "have turned over" to the Louisville Arena Authority tasked with repaying the more than $350M in bonds "used to fund the building," according to Sebastian Kitchen of the Louisville COURIER-JOURNAL. The authority "will use the money, earned through concerts, basketball games and other events, toward repaying the debt." AEG Facilities, which "manages the arena for the authority, had budgeted an operational profit...
SBD Article Published September 05, 2014
The NCAA and 11 of its conferences "filed a motion late Th... ...ing from the same judge supports the right of the NCAA to place limits on the compensation that can be o... " The motion comes after NCAA President Mark Emmert "vowed to appeal the ruling... " The NCAA and the conferences have asked for a hearing Oct.... " The NCAA and the conferences "had received 15 extra days t...
SBD Article Published September 02, 2014
The NCAA "faces another antitrust lawsuit that in part tri... " The NCAA in '12 "passed a rule allowing schools to offer m... ...ewed for reasons other than what's allowed in the NCAA bylaws. ...er Gardner-Webb QB whose '12 lawsuit "alleged the NCAA's ban of multiyear scholarships and limits on sch... ...8 ruling from the O'Bannon case, which "found the NCAA violates antitrust law by prohibiting players fro...
SBD Article Published August 29, 2014
The NCAA on Thursday night "strongly hinted at the primary... ...th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, lawyers for the NCAA "indicated that they will take issue with two of... ...first is a '84 Supreme Court ruling "on which the NCAA had relied for decades to preserve its amateurism... " The NCAA repeatedly argued during the O'Bannon case that t... ...ected because of the 1984 Supreme Court ruling in NCAA v. Board of Regents.