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Collectively Bargaining the National Anthem into Sports Leagues

Collectively Bargaining the National Anthem into Sports Leagues »

By: Zubin Kottoor

 

“The Star-Spangled Banner” playing before the start of a sporting event has been a staple of American

NFL Franchise Relocation and the Business of Loyalty

NFL Franchise Relocation and the Business of Loyalty »

By: Seth Lee

On June 16, 2008, thousands of Sonics fans gathered outside of a US Federal Courthouse in Seattle to

Strange (or Perfect) Bedfellows: The NCAA and FBI.

Strange (or Perfect) Bedfellows: The NCAA and FBI. »

By: Cameron Miller

The NCAA endured its fair share of scandals of recent memory. The sordid Jerry Sandusky saga at Penn

Chris Hansen Cannot “Bring Back the Sonics”

Chris Hansen Cannot “Bring Back the Sonics” »

By: Will Gunnels

The politics of publicly-funded sports arenas are as contentious as ever. Residents of major cities are often upset

Take me out to the Ball Game, not the Hospital

Take me out to the Ball Game, not the Hospital »

By: Maria Oldham

I am twenty-five years old and my father still makes sure that he sits next to me on

UFC’s Encouraging Partnership with USADA

UFC’s Encouraging Partnership with USADA »

By: Yoonho Ji

The California State Athletic Commission determined that the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light-heavyweight championship bout between Jon Jones

Collusion or Delusion? Colin Kaepernick’s Potential Claim Against the NFL

Collusion or Delusion? Colin Kaepernick’s Potential Claim Against the NFL »

By: Brooks Brennan

Last season, former San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick made news waves by spearheading a controversial protest of

Playoff or BCS: Is there really any difference?

Playoff or BCS: Is there really any difference? »

By: Zack Hadley

It’s truly the best time of year to be a college football fan. The season is fresh, the

Medical Roadblocks in Player Eligibility

Medical Roadblocks in Player Eligibility »

By: Richie Edwards

Last year my youngest brother was amped for the start of his final high school football season.  The

“Super Bowling” for Revenue – NFL’s Cash Cow and the Legal Issues That Follow

“Super Bowling” for Revenue – NFL’s Cash Cow and the Legal Issues That Follow »

By Brendan Alan Melander

It’s Sunday, the fifth day of February 2017. There’s no National holiday, but family and friends all