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Sit Down Saints Fans: You do not have Standing to Sue

Sit Down Saints Fans: You do not have Standing to Sue »

By: Benjamin Moffitt

If you are a New Orleans Saints fan, you are likely upset about the blown pass interference call

Blown Call?

Blown Call? »

By: Trey Zandarski

The National Football League (NFL) culminates in a postseason format that is win or go home. The best

VULGAR, IMMORAL, AND SCANDALOUS (BUT NOT DISPARAGING)

VULGAR, IMMORAL, AND SCANDALOUS (BUT NOT DISPARAGING) »

By: Jake Rapp

“FUCT” is a streetwear clothing line created by graphic designer Erik Brunetti in the early 1990’s.[1]

May I Have This Dance?

May I Have This Dance? »

May I Have This Dance? Fortnite Developer Sued Over Viral Dance Moves

By: Danny Brown

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Why the NCAA’s Transfer Regulations Can be Defeated in the Ninth Circuit

Why the NCAA’s Transfer Regulations Can be Defeated in the Ninth Circuit »

Go West, Young Man: Why the NCAA’s Transfer Regulations Can be Defeated in the Ninth Circuit

By: Cameron Miller

Introduction

NBA’s Jersey Logo Patch Sponsorships Creating Potential Problems for Nike

NBA’s Jersey Logo Patch Sponsorships Creating Potential Problems for Nike »

By: Allan Bach

With the Indiana Pacers recently inking a deal with Motorola, the Oklahoma City Thunder are the only team

Can the NCAA keep its players from competing for cash?

Can the NCAA keep its players from competing for cash? »

Amateurism and Antitrust: Can the NCAA keep its players from competing for cash?

By: McKay Randall

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Justice Kavanaugh; A Recognized Hazard for the Entertainment Industry

Justice Kavanaugh; A Recognized Hazard for the Entertainment Industry »

By: Joshua Dunford

Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the United States Supreme Court was arguably one of the most contentious and

Youth Sports-Related Concussion Laws Are Inadequate

Youth Sports-Related Concussion Laws Are Inadequate »

By: Elliot Reese

The dangers of sports-related concussions have increasingly become a national health concern. Media attention surrounding the recent class-action

Does the Proposed Sports Betting Legislation Have the Same Commandeering Problem as Murphy v. NCAA?

Does the Proposed Sports Betting Legislation Have the Same Commandeering Problem as Murphy v. NCAA? »

By: Michael Shaffer

A newly introduced federal sports betting bill would allow the federal government to veto the state sports betting