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More March Madness

Remember the good old days when there were only two postseason men's college basketball tournaments? Things were simple then. If

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NCAA Men's Basketball Postseason Roundup

March Madness is upon us again. This year, the men's college basketball postseason features some interesting economic madness. For the

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NCAA World Evolving but Toward What?

As Skip reminded readers in his recent pieces on realignment, the current drama fits into a larger historical framework. I

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Another College Football Player Takes a Stab at the NCAA

Former Arizona State and University of Nebraska quarterback Sam Keller has sued EA Sports and the NCAA for using players'

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Kurt W. Rotthoff as new Contributor at The Sports Economist

I am happy to join the great group of Sports Economists that post here at The Sports Economist. A day

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Assorted Links on the NCAA

The University of Kansas, like the University of California, is employing equity seat rights to allocate seats to its athletic

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Should the NCAA Expand Its Men's Tourney?

The NCAA is considering expanding its men's basketball tournament from 65 to 96 teams. According to Joe Walljasper, the last

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NFL Should Reimburse Colleges -- Say What?

In Thursday's Wall Street Journal, Allen Barra explores "Pro Football's College Tuition Bill." Here's a slice: In other words, based

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NCAA Tourney: Big v. Big, Mid. v. Mid

A few bloggers have raised the question as to why has the NCAA Selection Committee placed so many like-conference teams

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Southern Football

I apologize for this posting - it is really a comment on the earlier post by Brian about the Wall

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Arn Tellem on the NCAA Ban on Advisors

Arn Tellem has an interesting piece in the Huffington Post on the NCAA's ban on player advisors (agents). Here are

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Financial Problems at UC Berkeley

And it has nothing to do with the sorry state of the State Budget.  I got an interesting cold call

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