Gov. Tom Wolf Voices Support For New Law Allowing Student-Athletes To Profit Off Of Name, Image And LikenessGovernor Tom Wolf threw his support behind the new law allowing college athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness without penalty from the NCAA.
New Laws Will Allow College Athletes To Profit Off Their LikenessNew laws are now in effect across the U.S. that will allow collegiate athletes to profit off of their likeness.
College Athletes In Pennsylvania Could Receive Compensation With New Proposal In HarrisburgCollege athletes in Pennsylvania may be on the way to be able to receive compensation for their name, image and likeness.
Petition To Save RMU's Hockey Programs Racks Up Over 11,000 SignaturesA petition to save hockey at RMU has already garnered over 10,000 signatures and counting.
Both Parties Back Bill For Image Rights For College AthletesA congressman who played football at Ohio State has reintroduced a bipartisan bill that would give college athletes the right to earn money through endorsements and sponsorship deals.
Pitt Limits Spring Sports Attendance To Families And 'Select Guests'Pitt's spring sports attendance will be limited to the families of athletes and staff, as well as "select guests" for the rest of the season.
McBride, West Virginia Beat Morehead State 84-67 in NCAA'sMiles McBride scored 18 of his 30 points after halftime to help West Virginia pull away and beat Morehead State 84-67 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Jim Nantz Says Central Indiana Is Ready To Host NCAA Men's Basketball TournamentThe first round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament tips off in about 18 hours.
Lawmakers Renew Push For Legislation Allowing College Athletes To Get PaidLocal lawmakers are renewing their push for legislation that would allow college athletes to get paid.
Nebraska ‘Steals’ Win At Penn State, Breaks Big Ten SkidTeddy Allen raced for a fastbreak layup off a steal with 12 seconds left, lifting Nebraska into a 62-61 win over Penn State on Sunday.
Wright Scores 24, Leads Georgia Tech Past Pitt 71-65Moses Wright scored 24 points, making four of five shots in the second half as Georgia Tech held off Pitt 71-65 on Sunday.