A popular Washington, D.C-based soul food restaurant just signed its first college athlete to an NIL deal. Learn about it here!
Right in the heart of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, an iconic historic venue is preparing for a remarkable renaissance. Presenting the University Club of Alabama, a true jewel on Queen City Avenue, which was originally the Governor’s Mansion during the era of Arthur Baby, Alabama’s governor from 1837 to 1841.
The state of Texas is setting a new precedent within the NIL space. Lone Star NIL, the country’s first statewide NIL marketplace, is offering exclusive deals for homegrown college athletes that attend Texas-based colleges and universities.
Black-owned luxury sunglass company EyeDope has entered into its first NlL partnership with Hampton University softball standout Carmynn Bonner.
Death Wish Coffee has become the first company to anonymously sign and sponsor college athletes.
Welcome to the College Athletics Construction Roundup! In this bi-weekly series, Business of College Sports brings you the latest updates on the construction of intercollegiate athletics facilities from across the nation.
Saturday night ended in a victory for the University of Louisville athletics in more ways than one.
Learn about how Dominique Wright has found a way to streamline communication between brands and college athletes.
Welcome to the “College Athletics Construction Roundup”! In this bi-weekly series, we bring you the latest updates on the construction of intercollegiate athletics facilities from across the nation.
In spite of its winless conference start, Colorado continues to be a center of attention.