Investing Gold to Go Green

With the National Hockey League’s 2021-2022 season just around the corner, there are many exciting things for hockey fans to look forward to, with one of the most notable events being the debut of Washington’s new NHL franchise, the Seattle Krakens. After the success of the Vegas Golden Knights first season, the Kraken will likely... Continue Reading →

The Big 12 Loses its Biggest Names

On July 26, 2021, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma formally notified the Big 12 conference of their intention to leave. Their destination- the South Eastern Conference (SEC) by the year 2025. The move confirmed rumors and reports that had been circulating in the days prior. The move sent shock waves through... Continue Reading →

Rodeo Read Vol. 4

Photo Via Triller A quick rundown of this past week in sports, entertainment, and law “I’m back.” Michael Jordan famously said as he returned from his first retirement in 1995. The same goes for the Rodeo Rundown as we reintroduce ourselves into the sports, entertainment, and law world. This past week did not disappoint. First... Continue Reading →

What’s going on with Deshaun Watson?

Will the star quarterback be disciplined by the NFL? Faced with civil or criminal charges? Be paid $10 million to sit out during all 17 games of the regular season? Be traded to another team? Deshaun Watson, the Houston Texans star quarterback, has officially been ruled out for Week 1. The Texans ruled out Watson... Continue Reading →

MLB CBA Tracker: Service Time Proposal

The Major League Baseball collective bargaining agreement expires on December 1, 2021. ESPN’s own Jeff Passan reported that leaders from MLB and the MLBPA met on Tuesday, April 18 for the first official negotiating session.[i] There is a concern baseball could face its first work stoppage since the 1994/95 season. Over recent years relations between... Continue Reading →

Hey, NCAA: NIL is just the start

Outside pressures forced the NCAA to adopt long-overdue NIL legislation, ushering in a new era of athletes' rights and proving the NCAA no longer has autonomy to govern collegiate athletics. As the clock was about to strike midnight the NCAA finally caved and voted to allow all college athletes to earn compensation from their Name,... Continue Reading →

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