Players forming college football's first labor union


Remember that #APU marker that some major college football players wore on their wrist bands during the season? Unfortunately for the NCAA, that whole thing isn't going away. ESPN reports departing Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter, who's been among the All Players United movement's most outspoken players, is leading the formation of an actual union for college players. It might work, too -- read this by lawyer Patrick Vint on how the beginnings of the union compare to the MLB Players Association and just what it is that the group hopes to achieve.