BREAKING: NBAPA to dissolve, sue NBA
According to recent reports, the Ferttitas battle with the Culinary Union in Vegas has finally hit the octagon floor.
Football, money and lawsuits seem to occupy our sports headlines today. The NFL lockout continues, the NBA negotiations stall and the Dodgers are under league management with their owner...
As the price of paycheck games rises, college football programs from BCS conferences are turning to the Division I-AA (FCS) ranks to find easy opponents. Will the NCAA soon be facing Division I-A (FBS) contraction . . . or even secession?
Barack Obama's Justice Department recently wrote Orrin Hatch regarding the BCS. Advocates of a college football playoff place too much stock in this development. Dawg Sports explains why the Mountain West will save the status quo in Division I-A.
Some of you are thinking, "This is great. Someone is finally going to fix the BCS." But consider some of the federal government's greatest hits of the last ten years: The War in Iraq. The response to Hurricane Katrina. Oh, yeah, and helping the banks almost destroy the American economy.
This is avoiding the obvious point that Sen. Hatch -- who asked DOJ to look into this -- has otherwise been busy with writing paens to limited government. Apparently, regulating college football must be in the enumerated powers somewhere.
What do we know after oral arguments in American Needle v. NFL? The NFL is fighting an uphill battle at the moment.
We break down the background of American Needle v. NFL and the implications faced by the NFL specifically, and professional sports in general.