Do schools make money on sports? That question kicked off the last week of O'Bannon v. NCAA.
SI.com's Andy Staples breaks down the first day of testimony from NCAA president Mark Emmert in the Ed O'Bannon v. NCAA trial.
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Why did the Big Ten add Maryland and Rutgers? It's more than about TV money. It's about survival.
James Franklin has led a recruiting surge at Penn State. How? By landing the top talent in the region.
An early glimpse at the 10 most anticipated nonconference games heading into the 2014 season.
Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany turned out to be not such a challenging witness in O'Bannon v. NCAA.
Mark Emmert's answers to the judge's pivotal questions may have worked against him on the stand.
Think O'Bannon is trouble for the NCAA? The fallout from the Jenkins lawsuit could be more crippling.
The NCAA's decision to put Texas' Chris Plonsky on the stand backfired in the O'Bannon v. NCAA trial.
In trying to make its point, the defense fumbled at a key time on day six of the O'Bannon v. NCAA trial.
Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples answers your questions from Twitter including Florida's wide receiver coaching job, BYU joining the Big 12, and Andy's pants.
Tyrone Prothro's testimony raises the question: Who should control a student-athlete's image?
After winning it all last season, the Seminoles look loaded in 2014. Will complacency creep in?
The entire college sports system is in flux. As decisions are being made, ADs prepare -- and wait.
Many of the nation's top recruits competed at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge. Who impressed?
Joker Phillips has resigned as Florida's wide receivers coach in advance of the 2014 college football season.