In a locker room in AT&T Stadium after the University of Connecticut Huskies won the NCAA Division I men’s basketball national championship, UConn’s star player, Shabazz Napier, sat in a locker room. Like many champions before him, he sat with media members’ recorders in front of his face engaging in a post-game interview. While there was nothing extraordinary about the setting, it was the words that … Continue reading The NCAA Approves Unlimited Meals After Shabazz Napier Goes Hungry: The Lesson For Other College Athletes
Last week adidas made waves when it unveiled its “Made in March” line of NCAA men’s basketball postseason uniforms. Continuing the trend seen throughout the NBA this season, it announced that a handful of team’s postseason jerseys are sleeved. Arguably, though, the biggest wave made by adidas’ announcement was the revealing of Baylor’s jersey, which featured the phrase “Sic ‘Em Bears,” which is the school’s … Continue reading Why Baylor’s Men’s Basketball Team Won’t Be Wearing “Sic ‘Em Bears” Jerseys This Postseason
After an arbitration panel upheld 162 games of a 211-game suspension previously levied by MLB, Alex Rodriguez sued MLB, the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball and MLBPA. In the lawsuit brought in federal court, Rodriguez raises three claims: breach of the duty of fair representation by MLBPA, breach of the collective bargaining agreements by MLB and vacatur of the arbitration award. Overall, Rodriguez seeks … Continue reading Does A Federal Lawsuit Pave The Best Path For Alex Rodriguez To Get Back Onto The Baseball Diamond?