The ability for college athletes to make money from their name, image and likeness, referred to as NIL, has become among the most powerful forces in college sports.
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Judge Gary Libey of the Whitman County Superior Court in Colfax, Washington, has ruled in favor of Washington State and Oregon State, ending a two-month-long legal battle between the two schools and the eight others that departed the Pac-12 in 2024, including ASU.
Ray Anderson, who spent nearly a decade as ASU’s vice president for university athletics, has resigned.
ActivateASU, an organization based in Tempe designed to support ASU athletes as they navigate their opportunity to profit off their name, image and likeness (NIL), is now a full-service NIL agency called Activate Sports Management as of Nov. 1.
As college athletics at ASU and across the country continue to endure an era of unprecedented change, perhaps no change has been more substantial than introducing name, image and likeness payments for athletes. Due to the Supreme Court’s 2021 ruling in NCAA v. Alston, players previously barred from being compensated for participation in collegiate sports are now allowed to cash in on their NIL.
ASU football’s 29-0 loss to Fresno State on Sept. 16 did not just cost the team a victory – it also cost the University $1.1 million, according to the game contract signed by the two schools.
The City of Colfax, Washington, located in Washington’s Whitman County, is best known for the Codger Pole, a chainsaw-carved monument commemorating the historic football rivalry between high schools in Colfax and a neighboring town, St. John.
Weather became the main event of ASU’s nail-biting opening night win over Southern Utah, which featured a nearly three-hour break in between halves due to a lightning delay and dust storm.
ASU has self-imposed a one-year bowl ban on its football program in the wake of a years-long NCAA investigation into alleged recruiting violations committed by the staff of previous head coach Herm Edwards.
True freshman Jaden Rashada will be named ASU football’s starting quarterback for their opener against Southern Utah at Mountain America Stadium in Tempe on Thursday, Aug. 31.
ASU President Michael Crow said "overlords of media empires" were among the many forces driving conference realignment last week, which was perhaps one of the most chaotic and consequential weeks in the modern history of college sports.
In what may be the most consequential decision in the modern history of ASU sports, the school has announced it is leaving the Pac-12 and joining the Big 12 alongside UA and the University of Utah. The Big 12 Presidents have voted unanimously to accept the schools into the conference at the start of the 2024-25 academic year.
The Colorado Board of Regents unanimously approved University of Colorado-Boulder's move from the Pac-12 to the Big 12 last week, in a move that sent shockwaves across the college sports landscape.
Sun Devil Stadium is no more.
Besides keeping cool and staying hydrated, experts say ASU students and Phoenix residents have more to worry about as historic heat grips the Southwest: power outages.
The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that affirmative action, the practice of considering how structural factors due to race have impacted applicants to universities, is unconstitutional and no longer permitted to be used in the college admissions process.
ASU announced plans to open a new medical school as part of the “ASU Health” initiative, designed to address healthcare shortages across the state.
A water flow analysis acquired from the city of Tempe says tenants could use upward of 1.09 million gallons of water per day in the proposed Arizona Coyotes and Tempe entertainment district.
Tempe residents will soon make the final call on an arena for the Arizona Coyotes and a proposed entertainment district. Three propositions that address land use and enter the city into an agreement with a development company will be on a special mail-in ballot mailed to residents starting Wednesday.
ASU's men's basketball 'battled and fought' with early, fluctuating offensive surge that failed to mesh with defensive prowess
The thing that stood between ASU's men's basketball team advancing to its first Round of 32 appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2009 was a floater with three seconds remaining from Texas Christian University's sophomore forward JaKobe Coles.