By Contributor Brittany N. White: Florida Coastal School of Law JD and Sports Law Certificate Program Candidate 2014, former intern for Cashmere Agency (Entertainment Marketing). The NCAA has ruled that a former University of Tennessee assistant football coach has violated NCAA rules for knowingly collaborating with a booster to provide impermissible travel and lodging to […]
The recruiterslounge.com recently published an article detailing the reasons why resumes are rejected. The at-a-glance statistics below provide great food for thought. To read the entire article, click here.
1. The Michigan Punch from the Bench. Michael “Spike” Albrecht. A barely recruited youngster who averaged less than two points a game put on Superman’s cape and rained 3 pointers from Midtown Atlanta with perfection (4 for 4). … read on for the rest of Roger’s list at SportsMoney.
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J.D. Moorehead, a professor at Florida Coastal School of Law, said Bradley’s legislation would likely survive a court challenge because it addresses the major concern the Supreme Court had. Soto’s plan to bring back the parole system might be more problematic, although it does make a certain amount of sense to bring back parole for […]