USA TODAY Sports reports on a landmark action in college athletics.
College and athlete representatives from the five wealthiest conferences likely will vote to redefine an athletic scholarship.
A meeting including Obama administration officials, NCAA executives and college athletics directors is scheduled to occur this week.
The NCAA announced that it will provide assistance for the families of athletes participating in the CFP title game.
With a victory, many college coaches will get a bit more green in their holiday stocking.
Oregon has been one of the nation’s least extravagant schools when it comes to basic coaching cost per victory.
Overall the average pay for assistants has increased from about $155,000 to more than $236,000 — a 52% increase.