Is College Football Selling Out Its Future?

In Pursuit of Billions, the Game Is Endangering Its Relationship With Fans on Campus and Beyond

Is college football selling its soul and its future, by pursuing profits in ways that could irreversibly change its cultural meaning on campus and beyond?

I admit that such a question might take on greater urgency for someone like me who has been reveling in college football as a live, participatory spectacle for many an autumn at this point. I also concede that, on the surface, it may seem a bit daft to worry about where the sport is headed when more than 25 million people watched this year’s NCAA championship …

Your Brackets Don’t Have to Be Busted

This March, It’s Time to Make College Basketball Picks More Social, Flexible—and American

At this historic time, with our nation sorely divided over taxes, spending, and party lines, it’s reassuring to witness the splendid uniting rites of March Madness. When it comes to …