Good grief. How slow and ineffective is the NCAA legislative process that you ask Congress to do YOUR JOB? The NCAA will never allow NIL rights for players. The NCAA just wants an antitrust exemption to continue the cartel.
Power 5 conferences are now asking Congress to bypass NCAA & move to give college athletes rights to earn $ from name, image, likeness. Nice to see some autonomy. However, not holding breath on federal action. Glad to see Florida has applied big pressure. https://t.co/DzbwknLbxl
Dr. David Petron is talking about the phased re-opening of Utah Athletic facilities with DJ&PK. He just a gave a very complimentary shout out to Andy's Covid reporting.
Utah's athletic department unveiled its rollout to a return to on-campus life for student-athletes, a massive initial step toward a potentially on-time start for the fall sports calendar. A breakdown of the in-depth plan a month in the making. https://t.co/FQYZyFknUe
I respectfully differ with my colleague. Performers, whether athlete, musician or dancer, are not required to perform during a pandemic because essential employees work. That is a false equivalence. Any performer making such a decision is neither entitled, spoiled nor a brat.
Saw a tweet this week that listed the top five prettiest campuses in the Pac-12 and Utah wasn't mentioned. I need to see those five campuses to believe it.
As coronavirus testing numbers improve in other parts of the country, the numbers are down significantly in Utah. Why? And what are some of the creative ways we can make testing easier for people here? https://t.co/vk15JKgwNe