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In this episode, we talk about the conclusion of the Brenner v. Oregon/NCAA case and the finding that the NCAA was negligent but no damages were paid. We discuss allegations against Alabama tampering with recruits. Coach Saban denies it but says that it is hard to control third-parties. The NCAA issues new NIL guidelines and starts to put some rule…
 
In this episode, we give an update on the Brenner vs. Oregon lawsuit and explain motions for summary judgment, settling in the middle of a claim, and strategies for both sides. In addition, Nebraska Football got dinged by the NCAA for having too many countable coaches. Lastly, NIL and student athletes are going crazy and is completely out of contro…
 
In this episode, we continue to follow the lawsuit between a former Oregon Player, Brenner, versus the University of Oregon, the NCAA and former Oregon Football Coach, Willie Taggart. We talk about some evidentiary matters and opening arguments. We also discuss some updated rule changes regarding targeting, faking injuries and blocking below the wa…
 
In this episode we talk about a trial that started this week between a former University of Oregon player versus Willie Taggart, the former UofO coach, the University of Oregon and the NCAA. We breakdown the allegations and how the NCAA rules/regulations could help and hurt the lawsuit. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twolawyers/mess…
 
In this episode, we talk about Adidas offering NIL deals to all the student athletes at Adidas schools, which could be around 50,000 total student athletes. We also talk about Will Wade being fired at LSU and what led to his firing. Memphis is back in hot water and Penny Hardaway could be in deep trouble. March Madness has been crazy and the Final …
 
In this episode, we reveal our brackets and make our picks. If you want a perfect bracket, listen to our predictions and then apply what we say, and you'll win your bracket challenge. (This is not a guarantee, because we really don't know what we're doing)! So happy to have March Madness back and in person! --- Send in a voice message: https://anch…
 
Have you ever wondered, like Coach Bruce Weber of KSU, why Oklahoma State basketball got punished but other schools involved in the Adidas FBI scandal are not getting punished? We talk about the difference between Kansas, Auburn, LSU, etc., and why they are not being punished yet. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twolawyers/message…
 
In this episode, we talk about the fight at the end of the Michigan v. Wisconsin basketball game and subsequent suspensions for Juwan Howard and players. Should the NCAA do away with the handshake line at the end of a game? We also talk about the crazy NIL deals that are happening across the country and the NCAA's reaction. Will the NCAA place more…
 
In this episode, we talk about a recent push to have student athletes categorized as employees of the universities and colleges. How would that change the way that college athletes receive benefits? Would it change college athletics as we know it? Also, UIC is leaving the Horizon League and is out of the conference championships. This is based on a…
 
In this episode, we talk with Kyle Skillman, an attorney at BSK Law, about how the new NIL rules are changing the landscape for NCAA schools and athletes. We also talk about how the NCAA is changing its rule book and transferring some of the rules/regulations to the institutions and conferences. Lastly, we talk about how the NCAA is approaching tra…
 
In this episode, we talk about the national championship game between Alabama and Georgia. What is the future of the playoff expansion? Should there even be expansion. We discuss an issue at the University of Maryland and a coach being suspended 30 days for a violation of a morality clause. Lastly, we discuss USC basketball and BYU basketball. --- …
 
In this episode, we talk about the COVID increase and how the NCAA is handling the COVID surge. Will March Madness be impacted? Also, we give our grades to the new Coaching hires at USC, LSU and Miami. Lastly, we preview the Alabama v. Georgia national championship game! Will Alabama repeat? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twolawyers…
 
In this episode, we talk about Auburn's penalties for NCAA recruiting violations. We also discuss BYU and Miami being put on notice for NIL deals and if there are violations. Oregon still looking for a coach, who's going to get the job? Lastly, what are the Blazers doing with the roster. Also, AP starts to pick NCAA basketball games. --- Send in a …
 
In this episode, we talk about the coaching changes at USC, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, LSU, Washington, Virginia, Fresno State, and others! The coaching carousel in college football is going crazy right now! We also discuss the firing of the Blazers GM. Lastly, AP makes his picks for championship weekend! Will he win the bet? --- Send in a voice message…
 
In this episode, we interview Vic DeNardi, who was the former head of NCAA compliance and investigations, and is now at Draftly, Inc., helping student athletes and other understand and benefit off the new NIL rules and NFTs. We also provide updates with situations at UMass and Ok State. Lastly, AP makes his picks!--- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
In this episode we cover a lot of information! First, Conference USA is expanding and adding Liberty, New Mexico State, Jacksonville State and Sam Houston State. Also, James Madison is rumored to be joining the Sun Belt, but its former conference, the CAA, is not happy and threatening banning the athletes from playing in conference championships. W…
 
In this episode, we talk about conference shakeups in the American Athletic Conference and Conference USA. What happens to Conference USA after the American Athletic Conference took 6 programs? Will C-USA and the Sunbelt merge? Creating the "USA-Belt"? Also, we talk about Nick Rolovich's firing at Washington State regarding his refusal to get the C…
 
In this episode we interview Justin Pullnow, the director of Compliance at Arizona State University, And talk to him about the new name, image, and likeness rules, and how they are being implemented at schools. We also update you on the Kansas basketball situation and a new NCAA rule to no longer require test scores for NCAA athletes. Lastly, AP ma…
 
In this episode, we initially discuss a fraud scheme where multiple former NBA players, and a few coaches, defrauded the NBA's medical and dental policy to the tune of $2.5 million! What could the former players be facing! Second, we do a quick rules ed about recent violations at Jacksonville State (Go Gamecocks)! We have a fun interview with Reed …
 
In this episode, we talk about how conference expansion is changing the landscape of college athletics. We also discuss some more issues in Louisville and some NCAA infractions have occurred. Lastly, a new report from the NLRB suggests that athlete’s in school should be able to form unions and negotiate with their respective schools. What ramificat…
 
In this episode, we interview Jose Eskenazi, the Associate AD at USC (Strategic Partnerships, Social/Video Brand & Licensing). We talk to him about his background and how he ended up back at USC. We discuss NIL rules, coaching search, how USC is navigating the new NCAA landscape, and Pac12 media rights. We also discuss recent NIL deal with all the …
 
In this episode, we talk about USC's sudden firing of Clay Helton. Who is USC going to target for its next head coach? The possibilities are endless and just about everyone is on the list. Also, we discuss the AAC expansion and if the conference will attempt to raid the MWC. We discuss a violation at George Mason and the penalties that follows. Las…
 
In this episode, we talk more about the Big12's additions of BYU, Houston, UCF and Cincinnati. We discuss the impact of Mark Few's DUI and the possible criminal options for Few. We talk about Spence's recent trip to Las Vegas for the BYU vs. Arizona game! Lastly, AP makes his picks for the weekend. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor…
 
In this episode, we talk about the Big 12 expanding to 12 teams and zeroing in on BYU, Houston, UCF and Cincinnati. What will the Big 12 look like with those four teams. We also talk about the controversy of having Oregon v. Ohio State at 9:00 a.m. kickoff. We discuss a lawsuit filed by a former Washington State football player against the head coa…
 
In this episode, we talk about the Pac12's decision not to expand and what that means for the Big12. Will the Big12 go after BYU, Cincinnati, Boise State, Memphis, Houston, etc.? We also give an update on the lawsuit between UCLA and Under Armour. In addition, Dino Gaudio's legal troubles come to a close with probation and a fine. In our Rule's Edu…
 
SEASON 3! In this episode we talk about the proposed alliance between Pac12, ACC & Big 10. Would that benefit or hurt the chances of each school to increase the difficulty of the schedule, but decrease the likelihood of an undefeated season. We also talk about the Baylor punishment for its football team. Does a "slap on the wrist" equal the crimes …
 
In this episode, we interview the Associate Athletic Director at the University of Maine, Samantha Hegmann. We talk about the challenges that Maine faces in recruiting and with new NIL rules. We also discuss the possibility of a Big 12 and Pac 12 merger. In addition, the NCAA commissioned a law firm to investigate equity in the Men's and Women's ba…
 
In this episode, we talk with the Athletic Direct at UMBC, Brian Barrio. He provides insight into what it's like to be an AD at a DI program. We also discuss with him the new NIL rules, conference expansion, and the future of UMBC. We also discuss Oklahoma and Texas formally being welcomed into the SEC and the implications that move will have on th…
 
In this episode, we continue our deep dive into what's happening at the University of Hartford with the move from DI to DIII athletics. We interview Robert Carmody, a two-time captain for Hartford Baseball team. He was present when the University informed the athletes that Hartford was making the move. His story is amazing and sad. The University i…
 
In this episode, we interview Chris LeGates and Mark Franco, who have a podcast called "Tackling College Sports". Chris and Mark are exposing the potentially huge scandal at the University of Hartford and the reasons why UHart is dropping from Division 1 to Division 3 in sports. The information they shared with us is shocking! Also, NCAA reported v…
 
In this episode, we talk about the potential mine field that is the new NIL rules. Players are signing big deals and small deals. How will the deals impact the season and going forward with NIL rules. We also discuss congress' request to the NCAA about gender inequality. Lastly, University of Hartford is sued by current athletes to keep the school …
 
As of July 1, 2021, student athletes can now profit off their Name, Image & Likeness. With very few restrictions, the student athletes can now be sponsored and make money off their social media accounts. In fact, many athletes are already cashing in! How will this impact college sports going forward? Let's talk about it! --- Send in a voice message…
 
In this episode, we talk about two recent, and very important, US Supreme Court Decisions. The first case, NCAA v. Alston, deals with NCAA student athletes receiving the same benefits that would extend to non-student athletes on campus and how the Supreme Court laid the groundwork for Student Athletes to make money off their respective NIL. In the …
 
In this episode, we talk about the potentially huge problems that could be facing Arizona State University with some allegations of recruiting violations. We also interview a friend of the show, Justin DiTolla, the head of compliance at Syracuse University, about updated recruiting rules and how Syracuse is going to handle the new NIL rules. Lastly…
 
In this episode, we talk about the new proposal to expand the college football playoff to 12 teams. We talk about the proposal and how it will work. Who benefits the most? Who does the expansion hurt? Will the proposal help the smaller conferences? Also, we talk about college football summer camps. How coaches game the system to work with the kids …
 
In this episode, we talk about Coach K retiring and what his legacy will be. Issues with the Louisville basketball program and potential NCAA violations and extortion by a former assistant coach. We also have a employee leaving our firm talk to us about MLB to PDX and if that’s a possibility. We end the show by discussing the Blazers. What are they…
 
In this episode, we discuss a new bill in Congress that would allow student athletes to unionize and negotiate with Universities for better pay, better playing conditions, etc. How are schools going to respond? Will college sports survive? Also, we discuss the Blazers being down 2-1 in the NBA playoffs to the Nuggets. Are the Blazers in trouble? --…
 
In this episode, we talk with Santiago Rodgil, AKA "Ecomm Bulldog" about how to college athletes, and you, can make money off your Name, Image & Likeness. We also talk about a new scandal surrounding Zion Williamson and Duke basketball. Did Zion get paid, how much, and what will be the fallout? Stanford bring back 11 sports that were previously can…
 
In this episode, we talk about the new NIL rules that are being proposed in Georgia and at the NCAA. How will the new NIL rules change college sports? We also give a rules ed course on some compliance issues at UC Santa Barbara. Lastly, the NCAA canceled the Women's Golf Tournament in the Louisiana region because the course was not "playable". Is t…
 
In this episode, we interview a friend of the show, Alex Collins, the director of recruiting at Ole Miss, about the end of the recruiting dead period, spring football, the future of Ole Miss Football and having fans back in the stands in the Fall. We also discuss recent news that the entire Cal State Northridge basketball coaching staff has been pl…
 
In this episode, we discuss some new NCAA football rules including having to go for 2 after the first OT and the points of emphasis for refs next year. In our Rules Ed segment, we talk about NCAA violations at the Youngstown State and UTEP programs. We talk about CARA rules, recruiting violations, contact violations, and coaching involvement. We al…
 
In this episode, we talk about the new one-time transfer rule that was approved by the NCAA. Student athletes, in football and men's and women's basketball, are now immediately eligible if the student athlete wishes to transfer. Also, as of June 1, 2021, the NCAA is lifting the recruiting dead period, which allows coaches to start having official a…
 
In this episode, we interview Justin DiTolla, the director of compliance at Syracuse, about the success of the NCAA Men's and Women's basketball tournaments. We also discuss the differences between Arizona's firing of Sean Miller versus Kansas' life time contract for Bill Self, when both are facing multiple Level 1 NCAA violations. --- Send in a vo…
 
In this Episode, we have the opportunity to interview Mark Houston, II, JD, about his take of the NCAA v. Alston case that was argued at the Supreme Court this last week. What will it mean for the NCAA and Student Athletes depends on how the Supreme Court rules. Also, Roy Williams is retiring from UNC, what will his legacy be from his time at Kansa…
 
In this episode, we discuss the controversy at the NCAA tournament. A large disparity between the weight rooms at the men’s and women’s tournament this year has set off an important discussion about title IX and equity between the men’s and women’s March madness tournaments. In addition, AP in Spencer make their sweet 16 and elite eight picks. --- …
 
In this episode, we give the listeners our perfect bracket picks. You won't want to miss these picks. Also, all 68 teams cleared COVID protocols and are good to go! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twolawyers/message
 
In this episode, we had the great opportunity to interview Dr. Chris Croft, Assistant Professor of Sport Management in the School of Marketing in the College of Business and Economic Development at the University of Southern Mississippi. We talk to Dr. Croft about NIL rules, security at stadiums, and college sports in general. Also, Kansas and Virg…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dylan Cannon, the director of compliance at Sam Houston State University. We talk to Dylan about SHSU playing spring football and a full schedule, including going into the playoffs. We also talk about how SHSU has dealt with COVID restrictions and still been able to have a great basketball season. Lastly, SHSU is movin…
 
In this episode, we talk about Congress' proposals for new NIL rules. Essentially, Congress wants to not have any regulations on student athletes earning money of their name, likeness and image. How will that be regulated and what will the fallout be of no NIL restrictions. Also, March madness is right around the corner, and we go over the continge…
 
In this episode, we interview Michael Swets, the director of basketball ops for USC. We talk to him about USC's rise to becoming a dangerous team this year in basketball and how USC is getting ready for a deep run in the PAC12 tourney and March Madness! We also give an update in the Louisville recruiting scandal case that will now go through IARP, …
 
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