NLRB targets USC athletes’ busy schedules in NCAA trial

LOS ANGELES — The sheer definition of control rested on the broad shoulders of one Brandon Outlaw, a man who had recorded all of two tackles across two uneventful seasons…

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Changing of the Guard: NCAA Presents Pathway for Division I Schools to Pay Athletes

NCAA President Charlie Baker has advanced the idea of giving universities and colleges (with the most-resourced athletic departments) the option to pay student-athletes. The emergence of national, image, and likeness…

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NCAA Proposes Classifying Certain NCAA Student Athletes as Employees

Topics: Union-Management Relations The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has been pushing hard to turn certain Division I college-level student-athletes into employees, at least for purposes of organizing and collective…

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North University Coach Admits to Scheme to Steal Nude Photos from Female Athletes, Students

A former Northeastern University track-and-field coach pleaded guilty on Tuesday in Boston federal court to charges of wire fraud, cyberstalking and computer fraud related to a scheme to steal nude…

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Kai Lenny, other Hawaiian athletes helping Maui fire victims

Ilima-Lei Macfarlane’s upcoming Bellator women’s flyweight championship fight was announced Aug. 9, and it should have been an exciting moment for the Honolulu native who lives and trains in San…

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