NCAA v. Regents left the NCAA devoid of television soccer income and very nearly wholly determined by March Madness baseball.

NCAA v. Regents left the NCAA devoid of television soccer income and very nearly wholly determined by March Madness baseball.

Its rich but insecure. A year ago, CBS Sports and Turner Broadcasting paid $771 million towards the NCAA for tv legal rights into the 2011 men’s baseball competition alone. That’s three-quarters of a billion bucks constructed on the backs of amateurs—on labor that is unpaid. The edifice that is whole in the players’ willingness to execute what exactly is effortlessly volunteer work. Continue reading “NCAA v. Regents left the NCAA devoid of television soccer income and very nearly wholly determined by March Madness baseball.”