From the Vault: How Colleges Can Keep the Coaching Stars of March Madness

The play-in round of the NCAA Tournament is scheduled to tip off tonight.  Brackets are filled out and fans are waiting to see if their upset picks are going to run the table.  Seemingly each year a mid-major exceeds expectations and plays deep into the tournament.  Often times the coaches for these schools become hot prospects, as […]

CT Sports Law’s Top Story Line of 2009

1.  Collegiate coaching contracts.  The year 2009 began and ended with stories of college contracts, the virtual free agency within which coaches operate, and the struggle between coaches and universities to gain the upper hand. In January, Jeff Jagodzinski was fired by Boston College for merely interviewing with the New York Jets.  His contract didn’t prohibit him […]