LIV Golfers Overlooked a Major Hurdle

Photo via golfdigest.com Many of the world’s top golfers were enamored with the dollar amount offered to them to join the LIV Tour, a start-up tour attempting to compete with the PGA. Top names in the sport of golf have made the jump from PGA Tour to LIV Tour, including: Phil Mickelson, Cameron Smith, Dustin... Continue Reading →

Hobey Baker Winner Dryden McKay Accepts 6-Month Ban for Accidental Anti-Doping Violation

[Photo via Mansoor Ahmad/The Reporter] Record-setting Minnesota State goaltender Dryden McKay has accepted a six-month ban from competition for violating an anti-doping rule, according to the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). McKay was recently named the winner of this season’s Hobey Baker Trophy – the Division I men’s hockey equivalent of the Heisman Trophy –... Continue Reading →

Rodeo Read Vol. 3

Photo Via: Slidebean.com A quick rundown of this past week in sports, entertainment, and law This past weekend, Machine Gun Kelly and the UFC both brought the world of sports and entertainment that much closer to “normalcy.” Admittedly, a sentence that I never thought I would type nor words you ever thought you would read.... Continue Reading →

Sports Law Blog Series Receives Student Academic Excellence Award

The UB Law Sports Forum is thrilled to report that the dynamic series "Legislation: Banning Youth Tackle Football" has received a Student Academic Excellence Award from UB. http://www.buffalo.edu/eln/students/undergraduate-research/2020-cosae-poster-gallery.html?tag=ub-entity%3Alaw Courtney Way's four-part series investigating the medical research into traumatic brain injury and CTE, advances in treatment of head injuries and analysis of recent proposals to ban... Continue Reading →

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