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The Tulane Law School Sports Law program provides students with the background necessary to understand and handle problems unique to the sports industry.

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.

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 

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