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This College Professor Wants To Pay Student-Athletes

A professor at Tulane has a plan to pay student-athletes and possibly change college sports forever.

This Is Exactly What a College Coach Is Thinking About Recruiting

Want to know what college coaches think about recruiting? This DI coach reveals it all in an open letter.

How Your Guidance Counselor Can Affect Your Athletic Recruiting

Your guidance counselor can help you keep track of your athletic recruiting requirements, test scores, and more. Here's how.

Why Former Student-Athletes Sue NCAA For $240 Million

Former student-athletes sue NCAA for retroactive full cost of attendance benefits. Could this impact your search for athletic scholarships?

What’s the Deal About Michigan Spring Football in Florida?

Tongues have been wagging about Michigan spring football in Florida as the team has trained there. Is Michigan breaking NCAA rules?

Athletes Are Pretty Awesome At Careers After College Sports

Hiring athletes in careers after college sports benefits companies, a new study shows. Here's why student-athletes succeed in jobs.

Why Realistic Expectations Are the Most Important Part of Your College Recruiting

Golf recruiting expert Blaine Lynch explains why realistic expectations about college golf recruiting are of such importance.

How To Prepare for the New SAT

Here's how to prepare for the new SAT that comes in March. Student-athletes prepare for the SAT to play their sport in college.

Why Should College Athletes Transfer Programs?

Just as the Rams and other NFL teams are changing locations, many college athletes transfer programs when they discover they're unhappy.

Understanding DI Baseball Walk-On Tryouts

If you want to play baseball at the Division I level, participating in DI baseball walk-on tryouts could be your ticket onto the team.