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                                NCAA President Mark Emmert answers questions at a news conference at the Final Four college basketball tournament in Minneapolis in 2019. As Congress considers whether to allow college athletes to receive endorsement money, the NCAA and its allies spent nearly $1 million last year lobbying lawmakers to shape any reforms to the organization’s liking.
NCAA, 2 conferences spend $750K on lobbying

As Congress considers whether to allow college athletes to receive endorsement money, the NCAA and its allies spent at least $750,000 last year lobbying lawmakers to shape any reforms to the organization’s liking. Read more

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                                Houston Astros starting pitcher Charlie Morton throws against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the second inning of Game 4 of baseball’s World Series in Houston in 2017. Two-time All-Star pitcher Morton says he regrets not doing anything to try to stop the Astros from illegally stealing signs and relaying information to their hitters during the team’s 2017 World Series championship season. Morton currently is the ace of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Morton regrets not trying to stop Astros from stealing signs

Two-time All-Star pitcher Charlie Morton says he regrets not doing anything to try to stop the Houston Astros from illegally stealing signs and relaying the information to their hitters during the team’s 2017 World Series championship season. Read more

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                                Oregon State’s Mikayla Pivec runs to the basket past Oregon’s Minyon Moore (23) and Erin Boley (21) during the second half on Jan. 26.
The best college basketball rivalry right now is in Oregon

As Becky Sisley sat in her prized midcourt seat in the gleaming glass-and-steel Matthew Knight Arena, she could gaze across the boisterous student section — dotted with football players — and over to Gov. Kate Brown and the Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Fouts, then up to the far reaches of a gym where none of the 12,364 seats were empty. Read more

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