Judge OKs Reworked NCAA Concussion Deal With ChangesThe lead plaintiff was Adrian Arrington, a former safety at Eastern Illinois who said he endured five concussions while playing.
Emma: Harbaugh's Recruiting Practices A Byproduct Of Flawed SystemDon't hate Jim Harbaugh's cruel recruiting practices. Hate the rat race the NCAA created.
Top 5 Bowl Games To Watch, Non-College Football Playoff EditionEmbrace the absurd amount of bowl games to come.
Bernstein: Bowl Games Are Now For Losers, TooNow even worse teams have the chance to put “Cauliflower Bowl champions” on future recruiting literature.
Emma: Firing Tim Beckman Simply Isn't Enough For Inept IllinoisTim Beckman was fired, but Mike Thomas must take responsibility, too.
Illinois' Mike Thomas On Accusations Of Player Mistreatment: 'We Wear Integrity On Our Sleeves'Illini football coach Tim Beckman sidestepped questions.
Emma: Illinois Abuse Allegations Highlight Another Major Flaw In NCAA ModelIt's difficult for the typical college athlete to voice concerns of mistreatment to the NCAA.
Glenview Park District Taking On NCAA In Copyright DisputeIt's not quite David versus Goliath, but the Glenview Park District is preparing to do battle with the NCAA over a copyright issue.
Athletes' Attorney Slams New NCAA Concussion Deal As "Window Dressing"The proposal would require the NCAA to establish a $70 million fund to test current and former college athletes for brain trauma. It also would require stricter rules for returning to play after an athlete has suffered a concussion.
New Concussions Deal With NCAA ProposedThere is a new proposed settlement in a head injury lawsuit against the NCAA brought by football players and other college athletes.
Duke Headed For Another Championship GameJustise Winslow scored 19 points and Jahlil Okafor added 18 to lead top-seeded Duke.
NCAA To Monitor Impacts Of Indiana "Religious Freedom" LawWith the Final Four a week away from shining a spotlight on Indianapolis, NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday that the governing body for college sports is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people.