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Texas Passes Bill Regarding Transgender Student Athletes

Texas Passes Bill Regarding Transgender Student Athletes »

By: Michael Kempton

On Monday, October 25, 2021, Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed House Bill 25 into law.[1] It requires interscholastic sports

A Jab for your Job: Washington State Terminates Football Coach Nick Rolovich for Failure to get Vaccinated for COVID-19

A Jab for your Job: Washington State Terminates Football Coach Nick Rolovich for Failure to get Vaccinated for COVID-19 »

By: Alex Kirby

The former head coach for Washington State University’s football team, Nick Rolovich, was terminated on October 18, 2021 for failing

The Billion Dollar Break Up: Saint Louis sues the L.A. Rams

The Billion Dollar Break Up: Saint Louis sues the L.A. Rams »

By: Andrew Craig

Rodger Goodell and the 32 NFL team owners are not the most likeable figures in professional sports. These men have

Gamble on, Arizona! It’s Time to Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Gamble on, Arizona! It’s Time to Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is »

By Julianna Danza

You can now feel the rush and excitement of placing bets on your favorite sports teams in the comfort of

What Constitutes Good Faith Effort? Bret Bielema’s alleged salary

What Constitutes Good Faith Effort? Bret Bielema’s alleged salary »

By: Samuel Wu

For the 2020 season, the average annual salary of a Power 5 college football head coach was $2.7 million.[1] In

Beat the Heat, Stay in Your Seat: Proposed Sports Betting Expansion in Arizona

Beat the Heat, Stay in Your Seat: Proposed Sports Betting Expansion in Arizona »

By: Riley Williams

Gambling on professional sports from the venues where the games take place could soon be a reality in Arizona. Imagine

Masai Ujiri Lawsuit Ends, Push for Racial Justice Begins

Masai Ujiri Lawsuit Ends, Push for Racial Justice Begins »

By: Owen Sandstrom

The eighteen-month nightmare for Toronto Raptor’s President Masai Ujiri is finally over.[1] On February 10, 2021, Alameda County Deputy Alan

NFL Likely to Take its Time in Decision on Punishment for Chad Wheeler

NFL Likely to Take its Time in Decision on Punishment for Chad Wheeler »

By: Collin Giuliani

On January 23, 2021, Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Chad Wheeler was arrested on suspicion of felony assault-domestic violence.[1] Wheeler’s trial

Live Panel Discussion Thursday, March 18

Live Panel Discussion Thursday, March 18 »

Please join the Arizona State Sports and Entertainment Law Journal on Thursday, March 18 at 12:15 pm MST/ 3:15 pm EST for a

Student or Athlete?: A Look at the NCAA’s Plan to Compensate Athletes for the use of their NIL

Student or Athlete?: A Look at the NCAA’s Plan to Compensate Athletes for the use of their NIL »

By: Daniel Keiser

The issue of how college athletes will be compensated beyond the traditional “cost-of-attendance” scholarships has come into clearer focus in