Texas Cheerleader Suit Raises Constitutional Issues

By Robert J. Romano A high school cheerleader in Texas sued the Silsbee Independent School District, the principal of Silsbee High School and other school officials after they removed her from the cheerleading squad because she refused to cheer for basketball player Rakheem Bolton when he took free throws during a game in February 2009. […]

Friday Sports Briefs

Congress Takes Aim at the BCS Howard Wasserman at the Sports Law Blog discusses H.R. 390 which prohibits the BCS from promoting, marketing or advertising the BCS as a national championship game unless a single-elimination playoff is in place.  Wasserman points out a potential First Amendment problem with the bill and offers a more direct solution: […]