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Is There Legal Recourse for Sarkisian’s Drinking Problem?

On February 19, 2016 By pmartin

The University of Southern California (USC) fired head football coach Steve Sarkisian on October 12th, 2015. The firing came a day after athletic director Pat Haden declared it was “clear to [Haden] that Steve was not well.” The official statement released USC’s athletic department stated USC remains concerned for Steve’s well-being and hopes his [...]

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In the aftermath of Super Bowl XLIX, fans, pundits, and social media commentators have been abuzz about the miraculous end zone interception that guaranteed the New England Patriots their fourth Lombardi trophy over defending champions, the Seattle Seahawks. While the game and the extraordinary interception will go down in gridiron history, it was the events [...]

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After a 2010-11 college football season in which two teams – Auburn and Texas Christian – finished undefeated in the NCAA FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision; formerly Division I-A), more fuel was thrown on the ever-burning debate about the continuing propriety of the BCS as the method of determining the FBS champion. While some mid-major schools [...]

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