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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

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

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

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

The Fight Against Crippling the Student Athlete

The Fight Against Crippling the Student Athlete »

By: Andres Chagolla

 

The joy of running down a football field of fresh cut grass, running the base paths on a newly

When Sitting Speaks

When Sitting Speaks »

By: Taylor Roderick

People should be aware of breast cancer only in October; at least that’s the message DeAngelo Williams heard from the

Recognizing Head Injuries in Football & Concussion Litigation

Recognizing Head Injuries in Football & Concussion Litigation »

As research on TBI’s have become more prevalent, it has created difficult discussion among fans about football’s long term effect on player health, the player’s assumption of risk, and consideration of their multi-million dollar contract or sponsorship(s). - Read more...

Gifts, Lies, and Cover-ups from Hawaii Basketball Program

Gifts, Lies, and Cover-ups from Hawaii Basketball Program »

The University of Hawaii Manoa's athletic department has already had a rough 2015. At the end of January, Athletic Director Ben Jay received a bill of more than $500 from a Riverside, California hotel for the cleaning costs to remove marijuana smoke residue from the walls of rooms assigned to the University of Hawaii men's basketball team. - Read more...