Category Archives: sports

In Richard Sherman Controversy, Race Matters

Today, we honor the birth of Dr. King. Since I began blogging, I have written an annual post designed (in a small but hopefully significant way) to further discussions about race. I had planned to write a piece about the … Continue reading

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Five Things the Supreme Court Could Learn From the NBA—Part 2

The 2014 NBA season tipped off last night, and the 2014 SCOTUS term argued-off[1] A few weeks ago. In light of SCOTUS’s problems gaining attention, we came up with five things it could learn from the NBA. Here is Part … Continue reading

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Five Things the Supreme Court Could Learn From the NBA—Part 1

Let’s face it. Supreme Court coverage is boring. It gets bogged down by long explanations of complex legal issues. No wonder two-third of Americans can’t name a single Supreme Court Justice. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Tonight … Continue reading

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Presidential Candidates as WWE Wrestlers

Given the lack of content on this blog now that the primary author has taken a job at a firm with only 1 desk in the entire office (they all have to share, I haven’t seen it but I imagine … Continue reading

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PED use rampant in MLB stadiums!*

As the summer is gearing up and we take to our favorite ballparks to support our favorite baseball clubs, it’s important to keep in mind the impact that performance enhancing drugs can have on our ballpark experience. With allegations swirling … Continue reading

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a mistake?

In April 2010, Jim Tressel, head football coach at Ohio State, was informed by a credible source that several of his players broke NCAA rules by selling football-related paraphernalia. Tressel withheld that information from the NCAA and Ohio State until January … Continue reading

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