Rice: We'll leave NCAA image likeness issue to the courts
Condoleezza Rice, who leads the independent Commission on College Basketball, said her group offers no official recommendation on whether college athletes should make money off their name and likeness. Rice said it should be the courts who decide.
Former Carolina Panthers receiver Rae Carruth said in his phone interview that he has changed from the young NFL player he was when he was originally convicted. “Back then, I was very immature,” he said. “Very self-centered.” He said he has found
David Marsh of Charlotte-based SwimMAC Carolina has coached the USA women's swimming team to major Olympic success in Rio. From Brazil, he talks about his philosophy on how to best coach female athletes.
Frances Crockett is a former GM of the Charlotte O's baseball team and a member of the family that made its mark promoting wrestling for years in the area. She will be honored Sunday as part of a Charlotte O's tribute day held by the Charlotte Kni
Chancellor Lee has cerebral palsy and brain damage, a result of the murder of his mother when he was an unborn baby. Cherica Adams was murdered in 1999 in a conspiracy masterminded by ex-NFL player Rae Carruth. Sixteen years later, Chancellor cont
VIDEO: North Carolina's Luke Maye, with a cameo by Theo Pinson, talks about his winning shot in the Tar Heels victory over Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament South Regional final at FedExForum in Memphis, TN Sunday, March 26, 2017.
Arne Duncan, former U.S. Secretary of Education, now co-chair of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, tells reporters that major changes in rules and enforcement are needed to address major flaws in college sports.