Tag Archives: o’bannon v. ncaa

The fate of the non-revenue NCAA athlete

TweetOn Monday my post is generally related to a timely sports topic prominently in the news, is focused on the business of sports or covers a sports subject at random. * * * * * * * * I don’t know much about law, economics, business, marketing, public relations, television rights and industrial organization. I […]

Summer Readings: Roger Angell and ‘An Angel or the Devil’

TweetRichard Sandomir writes about Roger Angell of The New Yorker, the J.G. Taylor Spink honoree into the Baseball Hall of Fame for his writing. Now 93, Angell joins the company of Ring Lardner, Red Smith, Shirley Povich and Dick Young. His baseball essays for the magazine in 1962. He had no previous experience covering the […]

Title IX, sports and the culture of grievance

TweetThis week I’m devoting several posts stemming from today’s Title IX anniversary, ongoing matters related to investigations of sexual assault on college campuses, the O’Bannon v. NCAA trial and continuing cultural issues relating to women and sports, including sexuality and exclusion from such sports as baseball. These posts build on my 2011 blog series “Women’s […]

The O’Bannon case and the future of the NCAA

TweetOn Monday my post is generally related to a timely sports topic prominently in the news, is focused on the business of sports or covers a sports subject at random. * * * * * * * * It’s been 30 years ago this month that the landscape — and especially the business model — […]