College athletics are in the news these days. One of the reasons: the O’Bannon decision, in which the court rejected the NCAA’s amateurism defense and found an antitrust violation when students were not paid for for the use of their names, images, and likenesses. In this article, Prof. Carrier summarizes the case as well as other recent developments: the Jenkins and Alston cases, Northwestern unionization case, and congressional hearings.