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 →

Whose Draft Is It Anyway?

This series is a discussion of the legal issues in the sports world amid the novel coronavirus. This is a first for our forum, where each of our contributors will be authoring at least one post, discussing either the sports world now, or what will likely happen in the future, during this unprecedented time. One... Continue Reading →

Show Me The Money: Andrew Gets Lucky With The Colts

(Image: Detroit Free Press/ Dave Birkett) Jerry Maguire's famous quote, "Show me the money," has perfectly foreshadowed modern sports leagues, specifically the NFL, which continually experience record profits while players routinely reset market values in free agency. However, as agents have become more involved while representing athletes and franchises are committing more money than ever... Continue Reading →

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