Chad Mills has been relentless, professional and informative.
Making billions of dollars selling “amateur” players in media rights deals, apparel deals, and merchandising deals (to name a few), while restricting only those players to expenses, is NOT a “model.” It is a violation of federal antitrust law. https://t.co/paTWEeNO1O
NCAA will never allow players NIL rights (unless Congress gives the NCAA an antitrust exemption). Remember, NCAA said NIL rights for players, as long as it fits within the “collegiate model.” That’s like unlimited showers, as long as no player gets wet. https://t.co/paTWEeNO1O
Sec. of Defense does not support use of active-duty military in law enforcement role in U.S. cities ...
NEW: Defense Sec. Esper: "I do not support invoking the Insurrection Act." “The option to use active-duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort and only in the most ... dire of situations. We are not in one of those situations now.” https://t.co/GcMBjs73rI
Financial fallout of COVID-19 shutdowns has (understandably) moved to the background in the past week, but it has far from gone away.
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Damn good coin in college sports. It’s not that administrators make too much, because they don’t. It’s that the athletes the well paid administrators work so hard to limit are not allowed to earn or accept a nickel over expenses. That’s just wrong. https://t.co/nx8CPbiadw
Who was Wes Unseld? I asked his friends Jerry Abramson (Seneca High), Jerry Eaves, Fred Holden, Jerry King (U of L) and Kevin Grevey (NBA). Great player. Greater man. And they were all heartbroken by his passing today. https://t.co/M6L78VCHpP