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Electronic Arts wants to make college sports games again, but the biggest obstacle is still the NCAA

It's been six years since Electronic Arts made a college sports game, but a new law in California is giving the company hope for a deal with the NCAA.
LeBron James, athlete and advocate.

California just legalized college athlete pay — with the help of LeBron James. Here’s how the NBA icon became one of America’s most ...

James is a champion advocate for college athlete pay, player-driven media, and the long fight of player empowerment.

Former NFL star Tim Tebow says he’s against paying college athletes to play

In an interview with ESPN's First Tak, Tebow said that paying players would change, "what's special about college football."

LeBron James calls out NCAA over new rules that would prevent his agent and friend Rich Paul from representing players just out of college

A new NCAA rule says agents representing players must have a bachelor's degree. Some thought it directly targeted Rich Paul.
A peek into LSU's new locker room.

Louisiana State University just spent $28 million on a football locker room, and it’s made a lot of students unhappy

LSU unveiled its new $28 million football locker room, but not everyone on campus was thrilled.

OPINION: Zion Williamson is about to join a union. But he should’ve been in one last year.

The NCAA should recognize unions of college athletes. This would give student athletes the ability to have a say in the biggest issues affecting them.

A college gymnast had a career-ending injury when she broke both of her legs during a floor routine

Auburn gymnast Samantha Cerio announced she would no longer compete on Sunday, two days after breaking her legs at an NCAA regional competition.

A Virginia basketball player said he and his fiancée were told they were not allowed to have a wedding registry, but the NCAA said that is not th...

According to Virginia's Kyle Guy, the NCAA told him a wedding registry would be in violation of their rules. NCAA President Mark Emmert said that is not the case.

‘I’m not f—ing around’: Prosecutors say Michael Avenatti brazenly attempted to extort more than $20 million from Nike

Prosecutors said Avenatti asked Nike lawyers if they'd ever "held the balls of the client in your hand where you could take five to six billion dollars market cap off of them."

A 2020 presidential candidate says that the NCAA’s ban on paying athletes is ‘immoral’

In a recent interview with INSIDER, 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang says NCAA should pay its athletes. "Stop being so dishonest," he said.