Found March 27, 2014 on Crystal Ball Run:
It’s time for the latest edition of the “Hurry Up No Huddle” as we check out some of the biggest stories, best content (and sometimes worst), videos and opinions. In HUNH style, let’s skip the formalities and get right out on the field… The big news is that the NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) found that Northwestern players are “employees” and can unionize [story link]. The NCAA strongly disagrees with the decision [story link] and Dabo Swinney, while in favor of a stipend, is against what he calls “professionalizing” college sports [story link]. Former South Carolina player Kelcy Quarles also spoke out about the issue [story link]. With this news, former Mizzou standout TJ Moe shared some insights on Twitter… Tell me Nike wouldn’t love to sponsor a ton of college athletes and use them for profit? Of course they would. Both sides win — T.J. Moe (@TJMoe28) March 26, 2014 Instead of stopping NCAA video games and not promoting jersey sales for individuals, why not cut a deal with th
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