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Sports Law Replay - 11/2/12

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Sports Law Replay - 11/2/12

The NCAA and its new enforcement rules dominated the sports law discussion this week.

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Stephen A. Miller argues the NCAA needs to let someone else enforce its rules: http://bit.ly/QTBcCQ 
John Infante responded to Miller’s article: http://bit.ly/S9tdmN 
Matt Norlander weighs in as well: http://cbsprt.co/TD6fsT

Baldwin Wallace University has self-imposed an all-sports postseason ban due to NCAA violations. http://bit.ly/TsTdw9

Former Penn State football assistant Mike McQueary has responded to Penn State’s motion to stay his lawsuit. http://bit.ly/SyADAi

Former Penn State President Graham Spanier has been charged in relation to the Sandusky scandal. http://bit.ly/Y4KamE 
Prosecutors also added charges against Tim Curley and Gary Schultz in connection to the Sandusky scandal. http://bit.ly/TjAdxG

Jennifer Harper provides a helpful primer on Title IX: http://bit.ly/RiJYu7 
For more Title IX information and resources, Sports Law Chat has you covered: http://bit.ly/TNGbLO

Mit Winter examines potential damages in the O’Bannon v. NCAA case: http://bit.ly/TYzKWn

Former NCAA athletes in the O’Bannon case filed more documents this week. http://usat.ly/YadQ1O

The NCAA has adopted new and tougher enforcement rules. http://bit.ly/QS4KCY 
Lauren Nevidomsky breaks down the basics of the rule changes: http://bit.ly/SAIAHO

The NCAA’s new rules have sparked a national discussion. Here are a variety of opinions on the new rules:
Pat Forde: http://yhoo.it/QSjYrs 
Dan Bernstein: http://cbsloc.al/Sf2aqf 
Andy Staples: http://bit.ly/PGRWCE 
Matthew Heimlich: http://bit.ly/Rznrvc

Jon Solomon: http://bit.ly/XU73cy 


Other Sports

The Canadian Hockey League Players Association wants its players to be able to move to the NCAA. http://bit.ly/RtA5Mj

NFL players suing the NFL for fraud in concealing concussion risks filed their brief responding to the league’s motion to dismiss. http://wapo.st/QUIUPl

The Pittsburgh Steelers plan to sue the Allegheny County Sports & Exhibition Authority over the cost of an expansion of Heinz Field. http://bit.ly/SpKOqR

Darren Heitner argues that the UFL’s legal troubles pose a threat to the league’s survival. http://bit.ly/TWkVDt

Ryan Rodenberg and Anastasios Kaburakis examine the history of federal legislation and sports gambling. http://bit.ly/SvLUnC

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