In this article, Jared Yaggie explores recent discussion of an International MLB draft. Jared highlights the arguments for and against a draft and offers broad solutions that seek to settle the debate.
Negligence Law in Sports: Is Anyone Liable for Tua Tagovailoa’s Concussion?
In this article, Jared Yaggie sets out to determine who is liable for the circumstances surrounding Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s head injuries suffered during a football game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Jared makes a comprehensive analysis of Florida negligence law and applies it to Tagovailoa’s situation.
Title IX and Dollar Signs: Where the New NIL World May Be Heading
Associate Member Haley Dominique explores how intercollegiate athletic programs must proceed with caution regarding the new NIL world and Title IX.
Professional Golf Monopoly? Analyzing Whether PGA Tour Practices Are Vulnerable Under the Sherman Anti-Trust Act
Associate Member Stephen Fox considers whether various employment actions by the PGA Tour could be violations of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.
The Next Step for NIL: How a New Lawsuit is Promising Shared Broadcasting Revenue for Student-Athletes
In this article, Jared Yaggie discusses previous litigation that tried and failed to achieve TV broadcasting revenue sharing for student-athletes and makes the argument that an ongoing case seeking the same result fares better due to Alston paving the way for shaving down the NCAA’s compensation restraints.
Catch Me If You Can: Dan Snyder’s Tactics to Avoid a Congressional Subpoena
Associate Member Stephen Fox explains the tactics used by Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder to avoid a congressional subpoena and potential solutions to eliminate those tactics.
Minor League Baseball and the Supreme Court Load the Bases for College Athletes
In this article, Associate Member Adam Drapcho discusses how minor league baseball’s recent unionization, combined with Justice Kavanaugh’s concurrence in NCAA v. Alston, puts college athletes in a prime position to organize and negotiate with the NCAA.
UCLA vs. the University of California: Can the University of California Find the Defense to Stop UCLA’s Run to the Big Ten?
In this article, Associate Member Thomas Kemmet analyzes the potential courses of action the University of California can take to prevent UCLA from joining the Big Ten and whether such actions should be taken.
The New Wild West: An Update to the Existing NIL Environment in College Sports
In this article, Jared Yaggie highlights the emergence of NIL collectives for college sports post-Alston, which have turned the name, image, and likeness marketspace into the new wild west.
Why Should Kentucky Legalize Sports Betting? It’s Fun
This year, the Kentucky legislature failed to pass a bill that would have legalized sports betting in the state. Gabe Cripe proposes a novel argument as to why Kentucky should reconsider.