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The first round of NCAA Tournament games are in the books and its time to see how damaged our brackets are. The nation’s preeminent conference, The Big East, had a rough round; losing four teams - Villanova, St. John’s, Louisville and … Continue reading →
Since filling out an NCAA bracket goes hand-in-hand with the actual tournment, we here at The Deliberation Room are going head-to-head in this year’s tournament. The losing bracket will have to wear a shirt representing the team we each hate … Continue reading →
NCAA Sanctions: The Fall of the Trojan Empire?
Posted on March 9, 2011 by Anthony Cillis, J.D.
In June of 2010 the NCAA concluded a nearly 4 year investigation into allegations that star athletes at the University of Southern California had violated numerous NCAA rules. The investigation concluded that Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush, among other members … Continue reading →