Sport Agents Law Undergoing Reforms

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Laws governing sport agents are back in the news and getting renewed scrutiny.

This comes after Yahoo! Sports revealed recently that multiple NFL agents and financial advisers funneled money through an intermediary to five top Southeastern Conference football stars in violation of state laws and NCAA rules.

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Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly Eager to Prove 2012 was No Fluke

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Now everyone wants to know if Notre Dame can do it again, get back to national contention. And not just down the road when quarterback Everett Golson is back from suspension and all these big recruiting classes stack up on one another. No, they want to know about this year. Again.

It wasn’t a year ago, of course, that the conventional wisdom said the Irish could never, and would never, return to national prominence. They needed to join a conference. The schedule was too ambitious. Academic standards were too high. Recruits were overhyped. The fact players live in actual pedestrian dorms – with other actual students! – and not gold-plated “facilities” could no longer work. Continue reading

Fighting Increasingly Mars High School Football

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For high schools across the country one of the most exciting times of the year has arrived. November is the month when the football regular season ends and playoffs begin. As the regular season winds down, many schools face long-time rivals and play games that will determine whether or not they make the playoffs.

But 2012 has seen the continuation of another season related to high school football—the fighting season.

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Alabama Football Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant’s System of Winning

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Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough learned more than football from legendary Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. The coach taught him how to win in the games of business and life.

McCollough has begun revealing Bryant’s secrets to success for the first time as a public speaker, outlining more than 40 points from the coach’s playbook.

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