Powell, who wrote a book alleging that prostitutes and strippers were used to lure recruits to the University of Louisville basketball program, makes her first national media appearances this week. Amazingly she still hasn't talked to NCAA investigators.
In a lengthy interview before publication of "Breaking Cardinal Rules," former stripper and escort Katina Powell said she expects many people will be critical of her for arranging sex with University of Louisville recruits but that she did it to survive.
In the three years since it was founded with $200 in startup capital, the three-person company has counted five of six of the teams making the College World Series final as clients. Could massive growth be far off?
When it comes to ticket sales by state for this year's Final Four, there are some surprising trends. More ticket sales are coming out of Kentucky than any other state by a wide margin. Indiana is still a very strong market. But where are all the Duke fans?
Over the next seven years, the NCAA has selected the sites of seven men’s Final Fours and six women’s Final Fours. Of those 13 Final Fours, only one—Minneapolis in 2019—is being played in a state that has passed legislation making it outright illegal to discriminate against gay people.
Learfield Sports officials said they were attracted by the expertise of the 17-year-old local firm and will retain all of its employees. Butler University and University of Indianapolis are among clients that will be affected.