Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (7/14/09)
Off to Tallahassee for the weekend (it is the capital of Florida for you non-Geography majors) and then back to Gainesville to move into a new residence for my final year of law school. I sent out the initial batch of invitations to potential moderators and panelists for the 2010 UF Sports Law Symposium. In the invite, no date was specified. As of right now, the tentative date is Friday, January 29, 2010. Mark your calendars, but don’t book your flights until the date is confirmed. For more information about the 2010 Symposium and for an overview of the 2009 Symposium, go to http://www.ufsportslaw.com. I designed the site myself. Also, join the Facebook Fan Page to get updates on the speakers attending, the date confirmation, and other news regarding the future event. The 2009 Symposium was a huge hit and is still talked about by many in attendance and those who watched the live stream across the globe. If you are interested in partnership information, don’t hesitate to contact me. As for stories I missed over the past week:
- Worldwide Wes: A name I have not heard in quite some time [Surprise! William Wesley, aka Worldwide Wes, is at the Center of a Recruiting/Sneaker Controversy].
- Did you know that it’s run by a major Coach Agent? [Warren LeGarie: The Man Behind Vegas Summer League]
- I love that Tellem always makes time for this [NBA Stars to Play for Peace at Youth Clinic].
- Thoughts? I don’t like the idea [Time to End the Draft System?].
- Hopefully this is not what the UFL is looking forward to a few years down the line [AFL heading for bankruptcy?].
- Fantasy Sports 2.0 [FanDuel turns fantasy sports betting into a social game].
- After reading this article, all I could think about is how much Chinese companies like Houston Rockets players. Will that change if Yao doesn’t return? [The Future Of Endorsements]
- “The jockey agent is more like a theatrical agent.” [Lodi roots key to top jockey agent Mullica’s success]
- It still boggles my mind that the NFLPA does not complain THAT MUCH about the Franchise Tag [Quirky Sports Contracts].