SCOTUS says NCAA cannot limit how scholarship money is spent

In a big win for college athletes and the fight to allow them to earn money, the Supreme Court ruled that the NCAA cannot dictate how scholarship dollars are spent on education-related expenses. Sports Journalist Kim Davis discusses why this is a win and what this means for the future of student-athletes being paid.

Father and Son coaching teams in the NCAA

Nate Griffin talks with father and son coaches; Alvin Brooks Senior, coaching at the University of Houston and Alvin Brooks III is coaching at Baylor. The teams are #1 and #2 seed in the NCAA playoffs.

NCAA sanctions UH over football and volleyball violations

The University of Houston will vacate three wins from the 2018 football season after the NCAA says a former tutor wrote papers for two football players in exchange for cash. According to the NCAA, the tutor wrote four papers for the student-athletes for around $200. University of Houston's volleyball program was also found to have broken rules for exceeding practice hours. UH will serve a one-year probation and pay a self-imposed $5,000 fine.