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Professional sports have been defined by its media, pay its participants and let students remain so.

  By ann summers   Brackets and rankings help set betting odds, and should those revenues get taxed also to benefit the participants besides the bettors. But in terms of the collegiate sports industry, it shouldn’t be about pie-slicing envy, … Continue reading

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On paying college athletes, no.

By ann summers I tend to watch college sports on television because the promotional video for the institution usually shown around halftime is more interesting in terms of representing the institutional identity. But they are representations that are at risk … Continue reading

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ON THIS DAY: July 29, 2016

July 29 is Lipstick Day Lasagna Day Global Tiger Day (*continue reading) Talk in an Elevator Day Army Chaplain Corps Anniversary World Festivals & National Holidays Bermuda – Somers Day Faroe Islands – Saint Olav’s Day USA – Buffalo NY: … Continue reading

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