NCAA May Soon be Paying their Players

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) voted Thursday to significantly expand the autonomy of its most powerful conferences, a move that could pave the way for players to be paid directly for the first time. Under a series of rules passed 16-2 by the NCAA’s Division 1 board of directors, the so-called Big Five conferences (the ACC, SEC, Pac-12, Big Ten, and Big 12) along with Notre Dame will be able to expand scholarships to include living stipends, and will also have the power to Read more […]

Serial Rape Is None Of The NCAA’s Business?

Apparently, the Governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Corbett (R.) is upset with the NCAA’s July 2012 decision to penalize Penn State University for whitewashing, lying and its complicit acts in the Jerry Sandusky child rape/molestation case. Gov. Corbett a former Penn State Board trustee and yes, a lawyer by trade, is using state resources to sue the NCAA for a bad call. Like an angry coach, Governor Corbett has tossed the red flag and wants the ruling reviewed and yes, overruled. In what is yet another Read more […]