By: Ben Reichard The first Sunday kicking off the 2022 NFL season was just days away. Like millions of fans across the country, I was both hopeful and anxious for how my team would start the season. But I had another reason to be nervous: I couldn’t figure out a way … [Read more...] about The Future of NFL Broadcasting
By: Brandon McCoy Prior to Super Bowl Sunday, one of the most popular gambling days of the year, Massachusetts opened sportsbooks in its three brick-and-mortar casinos: Encore Boston Harbor, MGM Springfield, and Plainridge Park Casino. The state joined 32 others and … [Read more...] about States Can Use Advertising and Consumer Protection Law to Avoid Rolling the Dice with Online Sports Betting
By: Lincoln T. Lair Despite their differences, English Football (association football) and American Football share many similarities. They are both the most watched sport in their respective countries, fans revolve their weekends and lives around their team or club’s … [Read more...] about Racism and The Rooney Rule: How American and English Football Are Looking To Tackle The Problem.
By: David Gardy Ermann After the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills divisional round thriller on January 23, 2022 ended on a walk-off touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes to Travis Kelce on the opening drive of overtime, the sports media world reacted with headlines popping … [Read more...] about The NFL Should Model Their Overtime Rules After U.S. Court Proceedings
By: Eli Nachmany Dallas Cowboys right tackle La’el Collins has filed suit against the National Football League (NFL), challenging part of his five-game suspension for failing to cooperate with league drug testing protocols. Various articles get into the back-and-forth between … [Read more...] about Understanding the NFL’s Removal of the La’el Collins Suit to Federal Court