Tag Archives: NCAA
The cause of the issue between Adidas and the NCAA starts with the closing of a PT Kizone plant in Indonesia.
Now you know why Adidas is never seen on the uniforms of college athletes
By Michael Smith
Iconic images at Final Four have little monetary benefit for players
Critics parse fairness of brand associations on the court at the Final Four.
By Darren Sands
In a conversation with BlackEnterprise.com, Barkley says he's enjoying his job as an analyst now more than ever
Sir Charles talks to BlackEnterprise.com.
By Darren Sands
African-American college ballers are scoring in the classroom.
The University of Central Florida’s Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports conduct annual report.
By Gerren Keith Gaynor
Jacque Carpenter becomes the first woman named Commissioner of Center Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA).
Jacque Carpenter named new CIAA commissioner and leads conference to another great tournament in Charlotte,…
By Amber McKynzie
CEO leads joint venture between NBA and NCAA to improve youth basketball
iHoops CEO Derrick Godfrey leads joint venture between NBA and NCAA to improve youth basketball
By Joel Lyons
The senior marketing major at St. Johns University is the youngest member of the 2012 USA Olympic Men’s Sabre Team
Two-time NCAA national title holder, three-time fencing world champion Daryl Homer is preparing to compete…
Questioning whether the treatment of professional athletes coming into the League crosses the line
As fans gear up for the 2012 NFL draft, potential rookies have to prepare for…
Being a student athlete is about more than physical excellence but academic achievement as well
Student athletes are often seen as those who receive favoritism in the classroom, but professional…