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- Jay Jacobs brings the heavy smack on the 10-second substitution rule: “The only health and safety problem with this rule is opposing teams’ fans getting mad because they get beat, and the safety of their coaches because they can’t stop it.”
- Final arguments from Northwestern’s NLRB hearing sound a bit conflicted.
- Groo wonders what sort of impact Greg McGarity’s pump up the jam initiative will have on the future of the Redcoat Band.
- What do you think it says that the Mark Richt spring speaking tour is making a stop in Houston, Texas?
- “O’Bannon economic expert Daniel Rascher estimated that a football player on Alabama’s 2010 team would have received $47,330 from live broadcasting revenue that year and about $190,000 over four years.”
- The Sporting News‘ list of top 2014 running backs starts with a name you might know.
- Everybody used to like Bret Bielema.
- Ted Valentine does something Penn Wagers can only dream about.
- 11 Alive has a little something on Chris Conley’s Star Wars tribute. (h/t Bernie)
- The director of the Sports Business Institute at the University of Southern California has some advice for people who are subsidizing the rising costs of sports channels on cable television: “The little old lady in Pasadena is going to have to suck it up.”