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NCAA Admits Defeat in Restoring Paterno Wins

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NCAA erred in imposing original Penn State sanctionsby Jordan Kobritz The biggest news emanating from the recently concluded NCAA annual convention wasn’t the new rules enacted by the Big-5 Conferences, which further distances themselves from the realm of amateurism. As significant as that news was, it took a back seat to the agreement by the…

Jordan Kobritz suggests NCAA might relax its drug policy

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The short-handed Oregon Ducks lost to Ohio State 42-20 in Monday’s first ever College Football Playoff (CFP) national championship game. Two Oregon players, wide receiver Darren Carrington and running back Ayele Forde, were forced to sit out the game after failing drug tests mandated by the NCAA. Carrington tested positive for marijuana although Forde’s specific…

Jordan Kobritz’s Sports Predictions

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It’s the time of year to trespass into the unknown and predict the biggest sports business stories to watch in 2015 Last year I should have played the lottery, hitting on all six predictions: The continuing saga of concussions in football and all of sports; Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s return to relevancy in NASCAR and what…

Ray Rice won his appeal against the NFL for all the right reasons

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By Jordan Kobritz S. District Court Judge Barbara S. Jones’ decision to overturn Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell came as no surprise to most observers. The former Baltimore Ravens’ running back won his appeal against the NFL for all the right reasons. Here are five takeaways from Judge Jones’ ruling. Ray…

Los Angeles Dodgers GM paid highest salary ever in MLB League

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by Jordan Kobritz  “I am in control here.” – General Alexander M. Haig, Jr. March 30, 1981 The Los Angeles Dodgers are known for fetching the highest price ever paid for a Major League Baseball franchise, at $2 billion. After going on a front office hiring spree this fall, the Dodgers laid claim to one…

A-Rod admits he was involved with Bosch – by Jordan Kobritz

“He’s a walkin’ contradiction, partly truth, partly fiction.” The Pilgrim, Chapter 33 by Kris Kristofferson by Jordan Kobritz The Miami Herald reported last week that during a hearing with DEA investigators on January 29th, Rodriguez admitted buying PEDs from Tony Bosch, operator of the now defunct Biogenesis anti-aging clinic in South Florida.   A-Rod also told…

Mo’ne Davis gets a pass from NCAA on auto commercial

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Even though Mo’ne was being compensated for her role, the NCAA said it would not affect her eligibility to play college sports. Say what?by Jordan Kobritz If you’ve been watching the World Series on Fox you may have been surprised by what you saw on the screen. No, I’m not referring to the outstanding defensive…

Can Dutee Chand compete as a female sprinter?

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Chand’s tests disclosed that she suffers from a condition known as hyperandrogenism, a medical term that denotes elevated levels of testosterone in females.by Jordan Kobritz   Dutee Chand’s goal is to compete as a member of her country’s track and field team. However, in September the eighteen-year old Indian sprinter was banned from international competition…