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To Pay College Athletes or Not to Pay College Athletes: Pandora’s Box Opened by NLRB, CAPA, and My Solution

It’s quite amazing, I started writing a post on this on the way to the Final Four last year but decided not to continue it. There is just so much to write about and I like to be as thorough … Continue reading

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The NCAA Approves Tougher Sanctions: It’s about time

Seriously, this is something that was long overdue.  It was literally years in the making.  College programs were running amok and the NCAA had no way to enforce any of it effectively and no one was taking them seriously.  But … Continue reading

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The NCAA Drops The Ball Again: UNC Off Scot-Free

Okay, so the original details of what happened are here.  Long story short, North Carolina created fake classes and had academic advisors tell their student athletes to take these fake classes to boost their GPA.  The NCAA conducted a year-long … Continue reading

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Penn State Faced a Four-Year Death Penalty

When the Penn State University President, Rodney Erickson, was asked why they didn’t oppose all of the sanctions the NCAA handed down, he responded by telling reporters that he was given an ultimatum.  Either accept all of this punishment, or … Continue reading

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Why The NCAA Should NOT Have Penalized Penn State.

On Monday morning the NCAA set a historic precedent in the world of college sports.  They dropped the hammer on Penn State.  They fined them $60 Million dollars, gave them a four-year postseason ban, docked them 10 scholarships per year, … Continue reading

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The CHL Defections

Yet again another Michigan Hockey commitment has defected to the OHL.  Defenseman Connor Carrick is not the first person, nor will he be the last.  It isn’t always the OHL that is at fault, as the QMJHL and WHL have … Continue reading

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Ohio State Self-Reports 46 Secondary Violations

Now that I’m all moved into my room in Colorado Springs, I can keep this blog running on a more consistent basis. The original article published by ESPN can be found here.  The Athletic Director, Gene Smith, says that 46 … Continue reading

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