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Legal Consequences of the Greg Schiano-Tennessee Incident

Legal Consequences of the Greg Schiano-Tennessee Incident »

By: Jeff Solloway

 

On November 26, 2017, the University of Tennessee Volunteers hired Ohio State defensive coordinator, Greg Schiano, to

Todd Graham’s Buyout and the Myth of the “Broke” Athletic Department

Todd Graham’s Buyout and the Myth of the “Broke” Athletic Department »

By: Cameron Miller

 

When Arizona State let go of head football coach Todd Graham in the wake of a Territorial

Has SoundCloud’s Plug Been Pulled?

Has SoundCloud’s Plug Been Pulled? »

By: Michael Boehringer

 

Recently, in the news and other media outlets, there has been a lot of talk about the

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

Captain America’s Shield and Trade Secrets?

Captain America’s Shield and Trade Secrets? »

By: Snehashish Sadhu

Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War ends with the Captain forfeiting his shield to Iron Man. But what is

Krusty Krab Still Only Located in Bikini Bottom

Krusty Krab Still Only Located in Bikini Bottom »

By: Shayna Stuart

“Oooooooh, who lives in a pineapple under the sea?” The infamous yellow sponge who won all of us over with

Effective Political Expression By Sports Organizations: A Cursory Analysis on the Reactions to North Carolina’s Bathroom Law House Bill 2

Effective Political Expression By Sports Organizations: A Cursory Analysis on the Reactions to North Carolina’s Bathroom Law House Bill 2 »

By: Tim Lauxman

Roughly $180 million.[1] That’s a (rough) estimate of economic loss from sporting events being canceled or moved from

NCAA Bylaw Modification Allows High School Baseball Draftees to Hire Sports Agents

NCAA Bylaw Modification Allows High School Baseball Draftees to Hire Sports Agents »

By: Landon Morgan

In December 2013, the Sports & Entertainment Journal published James F. Reid’s student-written article, where he discussed a much needed

Kesha’s Recording Contract and Allegations of Sexual Abuse

Kesha’s Recording Contract and Allegations of Sexual Abuse »

By: Anne McManus-Spitzer

Recording contracts have been at the center of multiple legal disputes between record labels and musicians.  Even music artist, Prince,