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Colorado State Wide Receiver Warren Jackson Signs With Athletes First

As announced by Neil Stratton of Inside the League, former Colorado State wide received Warren Jackson has signed with Athletes First for representation. Jackson’s plan to leave Colorado State and begin preparation for the 2021 NFL Draft came on the heels of the Mountain West Conference’s decision to suspend falls sports. Jackson said “me and […]

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Brand-Led Recruiting Has Arrived in College Football

The era of marketability in college recruiting is here.  Early last week, the NCAA announced their support of recommendations that would allow college athletes to earn money from their name, image and likeness. What came next inevitably will be remembered as the match that lit the brand-led recruitment fire.  BRANDS ATTRACT TALENT Recruiting in college […]

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How Will Brands Adopt The College Athlete?

Last week, the NCAA inched closer to a decision on allowing its athletes to earn money from their name, image and likeness. Sports administrators began reviewing recommended rule changes and compensation regulations that will be sent to the NCAA Board of Governors on Monday. The NCAA is hoping these recommendations will lay the groundwork for […]

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2012 BSN Collegiate Showcase

The 2012 BSN Collegiate Showcase is a three day event, beginning on Friday, March 9, 2012 and concluding on Sunday, March 11, 2012, taking place inside the Stile Field House on the University of Akron campus.  BSN (Beyond Sports Network) is inviting the best players from around the country at the FCS (formerly Division 1-AA), […]

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Winning the Heisman Trophy Does Not Guarantee NFL Success

The following op-ed was submitted by sports agent Eugene T. Lee. Mr. Lee is President/CEO – ETL Associates, Inc. and may found on Twitter – @EugeneTLee. With the Heisman Trophy being awarded this weekend, another college football season slowly comes to a close. The Heisman Trophy with a perpetual base, awarded to the best college […]

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Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game Taking A Year Off

Yesterday, I woke up to a few tweets explaining that the Texas vs. Nation Game (which was called The NFLPA Game in 2011) has been cancelled until 2013.  The one-year hiatus is claimed to be the result of stadium construction.  Besides Pro Days and the NFL Scouting Combine, college football all-star games are excellent venues for graduating […]

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Michael McAdoo Sues UNC, NCAA To Restore Eligibility

On July 1, 2011, Michael McAdoo filed a Complaint in North Carolina against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill along with its Chancellor, H. Holden Thorp, and the NCAA.  McAdoo was a football player at UNC until the NCAA ruled that he was permanently ineligible to perform in intercollegiate athletics based on McAdoo’s alleged receipt of $110 in improper […]

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Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (6/24/2011)

A lot of people are calling last night’s NBA Draft a total bore, but I kept myself busy Tweeting away as picks were announced.  The result of which is the 2011 NBA Draft Listing of Players Selected and Their Agents.  If you are a regular to the site, it is a post you won’t want […]

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The Next Chapter For Janoris Jenkins

There has not been a player selected in the first 2 rounds of the NFL Supplemental Draft since 2003.  But there also has not been a player with the skill set of Janoris Jenkins available for an NFL franchise to select in the past 8 years. Earlier today, Coach Will Muschamp of the Florida Gators […]

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Kansas Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium

This is my first post since coming back from a nice weekend vacation to the Bahamas.  I was able to catch the tough loss for Kansas against VCU this weekend.  Let’s not focus too much on that, and instead, look at something promising for Kansas in the near future. What: KU Sports & Entertainment Law […]