Monthly Archives: November 2014

Disability Insurance Takes Center Stage As Athletes’ Income Grows

Wearing Alabama gear to an Auburn house during the Iron Bowl is risky. Playing a contact sport without disability insurance is just plain dumb. Fortunately, as athletes’ salaries and endorsement deals skyrocket, more and more of the top performers are … Continue reading

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No Free Speech (Or Silence) In The NFL

Aside from death and taxes, there is one universal, or at least American, truth we must all accept — Roger Goodell can do whatever he wants. The NFL Commissioner has free reign to do as he pleases, including the complete … Continue reading

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Thanks For Nothing Adam Silver

Today was supposed to be a good day. Screw good, today was supposed to be an amazing, nailed a 6-team parlay kind of day. I awoke to numerous messages about how NBA Commissioner Adam Silver had penned an Op-Ed in … Continue reading

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Are High School Athletes Who Haze Teammates Really Juveniles?

Driving. Selecting a college. Deciding whether or not to send a nude selfie. Choosing whether to go play Single-A baseball or join the NCAA cartel without the assistance of an advisor. These are all major, adult decisions and activities that … Continue reading

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Georgia Legislature Poised To Punish Real NCAA Offenders

Georgia star running back Todd Gurley violated an NCAA rule by accepting $3,000 for autographing memorabilia. Period. End of story. Gurley admitted his wrongdoing, effectively forfeiting the Heisman Trophy, and he prepared to face an appropriate punishment. But then the … Continue reading

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