UCONN Notes: Nate Miles Story Continues/Lansanah Moving Up

Earlier this week, we blogged about Nate Miles, the UCONN first year player expelled by the university for violating the terms of a restraining order https://ctsportslaw.com/2008/10/07/suspension-of-nate-miles-rocks-uconn/.  It appears that Mr. Miles’ legal saga is continuing both in the Courts and at UCONN. Earlier this week, neither Miles nor the Complainant appeared in Rockville Superior Court […]

UConn Football: Bowl Game Not a Rainmaker

For the many UConn fans who assumed that the football team’s appearance in the Meineke Car Bowl was a very profitable venture, UConn has news for you: the bowl game only generated a little more than $25,000 for the University.  That’s not to say that the bowl itself did not involve significant dollars changing hands.  […]

Another Coach Breaks the Rules, Receives Golden Parachute

Following the post “Three Million Reasons to Carefully Draft Coaching Contracts,” I came across an excellent article by John Gasaway of Basketball Prospectus, concerning the firing of the Indiana University Basketball Coach Kelvin Sampson.  Sampson, of course, was fired for essentially violating the same NCAA rules that he violated while head basketball coach at the […]