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T he Sochi Olympics have ended … and thankfully, they concluded safely. The XXII Olympic Winter Games were highlighted by a record number of qualified countries (88), heartbreaking losses by the American men’s and women’s hoc...
T he women will take center stage at the 33rd running of the New York City Marathon on Sunday in more ways than one. For the first time in any major U.S. marathon outside of an Olympic marathon or Olympic trials, the elite women's field will start 35 minutes before the men's elite field a ...
A llan H. "Bud" Selig has completed a decade as the de facto or de jure leader of Major League Baseball. Baseball now has a labor truce, which may actually evolve into labor peace during the next four years. It is two months since the Aug. 30-31 brinkmanship. Yet you will scarcely fin ...
T here are lots of great jobs in sports. That's why many of us are in the business or work as paid observers. It's about the tickets. Right? Or being on a first-name basis with Bob Costas. Sitting on a panel with Jerry Jones or talking with authority around the water cooler about yesterda ...
T he historical pattern of racist practice by NFL owners has again made the front pages in the sporting press. Johnnie L. Cochran and Cyrus Mehn's report, "Black Coaches in the National Football League: Superior Performance, Inferior Opportunities," makes glaringly clear that African- ...
S ometime this week a team will win the World Series, and during the postgame celebration a member of that unit will mount the podium, hoist the multiflagged trophy and say: "This is for you, our fans, the greatest baseball fans in the world!" If the deciding game is played on the vi ...
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I n the last several issues, there has been considerable discussion about Title IX participation requirements being a "quota" and about the so-called "proportionality" prong of Title IX being the only "safe harbor" for institutions of higher education. The public should know that contrary ...
Four years ago, I attempted to branch out into the sports agent arena as an extension of my law practice. After having been a college football player (Alabama, 1983-1986) and an SEC official for 12 years, I figured that I had enough natural contacts in the sports world to "give it a go ...