COVID And Sports In 2021: Screening And Screenplays

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March 12th, 2020. My boyfriend and I were hours away from leaving town and heading down to Jacksonville, FL for the Players Championship at Sawgrass. At the beginning of 2020, we sat down and planned several months of events to attend including the Players, Masters, and Heritage Tournaments, a few concerts thrown in, followed by […] READ MORE


The NCAA And Congress; A Bad Marriage

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Wednesday morning the NCAA released a report about six months in the making. It gave a vague overview of where the over sized governing body for college sports sees itself going with regards to athletes owning their rights for name, image, and licensing, or NIL. Typical of the NCAA, it is slogging into a topic […] READ MORE


Will the NCAA Impose Limits on Athlete Compensation?

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Will the NCAA Impose Limits on Athlete Compensation? We have been exploring the details of the NCAA’s foray into the student-athlete name, likeness, and image (“NIL”) compensation. We began with a general review of the NCAA’s announcement that it would permit NIL compensation. Then, we continued by examining the question of who might actually be […] READ MORE