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While I love to see Ohio State fail, this case serves to exemplify the basic absurdity of big college athletics: Five players were found to have sold awards, gifts and university apparel, plus receive improper benefits in 2009. In addition to missing five games next season, Pryor, Mike Adams, Daniel Herron, Devier Posey and Solomon […]

Today in NCAA Peonage

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On September 25, 2009
Just in case you forgot, NCAA rules seem to derive from the concept that everyone should be able to make as much money as possible off of college athletics except for the athletes who actually create the value and take the (often severe) physical risks themselves. Because if they made even a dime from things […]

Notes Related To Calipari

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On August 21, 2009

Although Rob beat me to the general news story, a couple related thoughts: Retroactive “vacating” of anything less than a national championship indeed doesn’t strike me as much of a

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