Showing posts with category "ncaa"

The Most Interesting College Football Offseason Ever?

As a long time college football fan, the past few months have to be the most interesting off season I can remember.  Here are a few of the highlights (or

February 16, 2022
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conference realignment

What do you need to know about Megapari?

Everything you need to know about Megapari. Get all the information about Megapari India and be aware of all its news and features.

February 16, 2022
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general

Is an exit fee a barrier to entry?

The big news out of the ACC is that Noitre Dame has been unanimously voted in as a member of the conference... in every sport but football (of course) and

February 16, 2022
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college sports

NCAA: Posturing and Power-Grabbing

Phil's post offers an analytical view of the  sanctions imposed on Penn State regarding the Sandusky affair.  I'm going straight to polemics.  While a number

February 16, 2022
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ncaa

The Use of the Two-Part Tariff in College Ticket Pricing

I've written before that when you look at how college athletic department officials make business decisions, they act a lot like their professional

February 16, 2022
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college basketball

Texas A&M Stays in "Varsity's" Shadow

"The eyes of Texas are upon you", that's the song they sing so well

February 16, 2022
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college football

College Football Doping Scandal

College football is a big business these days.  Teams generate tens of millions of dollars of revenue every season, and for top players, a lucrative professional football contract worth millions of...

February 16, 2022
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canada

Realignment Economics

A few days back Phil provided a synopsis of the maneuvers behind the impending break-up of the Big 12 with Brad commenting yesterday on the first move in this

February 16, 2022
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college football

(Ir)rational Reading

I was halfway through a draft post on some recent books when I read Brian Goff's recent entry 'LeBron "Stumbling on Losses"'. Brian has highlighted some of

February 16, 2022
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general

March Madness: O Canada Version

The second round game between Syracuse and Gonzaga today has an interesting sub-plot:  a lot of Canadians will be on the floor.  Syracuse guard Andy

February 16, 2022
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college basketball

Accounting Madness

In an article today on CNN.com, the normally quite sharp Chris Isidore, a senior writer for CNNMoney, perpetuates one of the most enduring myths in sports

February 16, 2022
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college basketball

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 across the board.

February 16, 2022
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college basketball