What is Auburn Thinking?

AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis In 2016, Former Ole Miss Head Coach Hugh Freeze called an escort service in Tampa Bay, Florida, while on a recruiting trip. [1] Not only did Freeze use the school plane to fly down and recruit a few other things besides new players, but he also used a school phone to... Continue Reading →

Watson Returns After His Slap on the Wrist

Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports For the first time since his 11-game suspension for violating the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy by sexually assaulting numerous women, Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson returns to practice. Watson had not been permitted to practice until last week following the terms of the settlement reached between the League and the NFL... Continue Reading →

Power in Numbers….Pay up NCAA

[(Source: NCAA via MGN)] On October 21, 2022, attorneys petitioned for the plaintiffs in the antitrust lawsuit House v. NCAA to receive class certification in their complaint seeking to end the NCAA’s restrictions on athletes’ ability to profit off their name, image and likeness while in school. [1] There are four established classes. The first is an... Continue Reading →

The Repercussions of Turning a Blind Eye 

The Los Angeles Superior Court could potentially provide the first verdict involving CTE or chronic traumatic encephalopathy in NCAA football players. A wrongful death trial opened last week alleging the National Collegiate Athletic Association turning a blind eye to chronic traumatic encephalopathy – the progressive brain injury linked to football related concussions. Matthew Gee played... Continue Reading →

Inconsistent NFL Punishment Policies

            The NFL and the NFL Players Association reached a settlement in the Deshaun Watson disciplinary matter in the middle of August. It is hard to believe anyone would not know who Deshaun Watson is after U.S. District Court Judge Sue L. Robinson ruled that the quarterback should be suspended for a whopping six games in... Continue Reading →

Gender Pay Discrepancy

The gender gap pay discrepancy between men and women has remained relatively stablein the United States over the past 15 years. Going into 2022, women earn 82 cents for every $1men earn when comparing all women to men, a stat that has remained unchanged from 2021according to compensation data and software firm PayScale’s 2022 State... Continue Reading →

Meet Sam Tiger – NFL Agent

I had the pleasure of interviewing Sam Tiger; someone I have had been working with for the past few years. Sam’s passion for the sports and entertainment industry blossomed from a young age, she knew growing up that she loved football, whether it was watching it, or analyzing the players in the game, it was... Continue Reading →

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