The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions
Everyone seems upset with the NCAA.
The NCAA is reportedly making some changes.
Mya Lesnar finished 11th in the shot put at Saturday’s NCAA West Regionals.
This could cost the NCAA up to $1 billion.
"The main gist of it is I’m not a booster."
This could carry up to a year in jail with fines up to $2,500.
"Gaining employee status is an important part in ending NCAA practices that illegally exploit college athletes’ labor."
"This is a terrible tragedy."
It's a bold strategy from the NCAA.
The Big Ten is cashing in!
WWE revealed their second Next In Line class consisting of 15 college athletes from seven different sports.
"When he doesn't get his way, or things don't go his way, the narcissist in him doesn't allow those things to happen and it's ridiculous when he's not on top."
Both Emmert's comments on the difficulty of being a university president and his claim that not a single Olympic sport is cash-flow positive drew blowback.
It's too early to tell if this is actually happening but it would be some shift.
These sports now join the other NCAA-sponsored sports in providing a one-time free transfer without the need to sit out a year. However, schools and conferences can still put some restrictions on where athletes can transfer.