Back in its original time-slot, Friday Sports Links is back. Here are some of the biggest stories in the world of sports law this week.
A must read from TSL alumni Warren Zola offering his thoughts and solutions for NCAA reform.
Are student-athletes getting enough to eat? http://huff.to/trgHOm & http://lat.ms/vVfZNN
Students at Washington definitely are: http://on.wsj.com/noYfQx
College athletes take concussions to the courtroom. http://nyti.ms/u73oqZ
The Collegiate Licensing Company announced that it is cooperating with a DOJ investigation into the IMG affiliate's licensing practices. http://huff.to/uYmJGU
CLC's announcement: http://bit.ly/tJwmod
Here is a copy of a letter sent over the summer to CLC and IMG by Dechert, LLP regarding their licensing practices: http://bit.ly/kYOBWJ
Minor League Umpires Agree to New 5 Year Deal. http://bit.ly/s5NcPb
What would be the economic impact on Minnesota if the Vikings leave town? http://cbsloc.al/tzNSgu
Think the Jaguars are heading to Los Angeles? Think again. http://lat.ms/rNlhfl
Business and Regulation
CNBC's Darren Rovell makes 5 predictions for the sports business in 2012 http://bit.ly/sZ6HKv
Darren Heitner asks, "Does the U.S. need a sports czar?" http://fxn.ws/rM4t82