Revisiting the format of NCAA sports

Faced with a number of recent public controversies, such as the assorted indiscretions of Heisman Trophy winner and Texas A&M quarterback Johnny “Football” Manziel, NCAA President Mark Emmert held a press conference to address possible changes to his organization. Although he didn’t announce which specific aspects of the association would
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The Lombardo Trophy: Deconstructing the NCAA’s “common sense”

On Nov. 12, 1999, the 106th United States Congress enacted the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, also known as the Financial Services Modernization Act. It repealed many provisions of the 1933 Banking Act, or Glass-Steagall Act, which limited commercial banking activities and enforced a separation between commercial banks and securities trading firms. In
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