College athletes’ name, image and likeness rights debated by U.S. Senate committee
WASHINGTON — College athletic officials testified Tuesday in support of nationally standardized name, image and likeness regulations at a U.S. Senate hearing. The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing to discuss policies governing name, image and likeness, known as NIL, in college sports. The witnesses in attendance — such as National Collegiate Athletic Association […]
New endorsement laws could create pitfalls for college athletes | Opinion
Now that the Supreme Court has ruled that student-athletes are able to earn money from their name, image and likeness, more than a dozen states have enacted laws to govern the practice. These states include Illinois, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
How will consolidation affect Pa. State System athletics? The NCAA has yet to decide
With the green light given on consolidation, the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education is preparing for the most transformative redesign in its 38-year history, but it’s unclear what that means for athletics. State System Chancellor Daniel Greenstein testified before the Senate Appropriations and Education committees on Tuesday, reiterating the need for consolidating six schools […]
College athletes in line to gain control over image, likeness in Pa. budget bill
At least 20 states have signed similar proposals into law in the last year, according to the sports business analyst Kristi Dosh.
College athletes score a big win in the U.S. Supreme Court in NCAA dispute
The 9-0 decision in NCAA v. Alston was delivered by Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, who said the college athletics body is not exempt from antitrust law.