The Final Word on the National Letter of Intent

National Signing Day became National Letter of Intent Week here at Connecticut Sports Law.  Adding to our prior coverage of the National Letters of Intent was the perspective of four Quinnipiac School of Law Students taking my Sports Law course, Davidson G. Lucas, Martine Trinka, Leo J. White and Dan Mokrycki.  Three of the four students […]

Perspectives on O.J. Mayo, USC and the NCAA’s Pat Forde, in a scathing editorial, lays blame for the Mayo sacndal at the foot of USC and head basketball coach Tim Floyd.  Taking into a account another high-profile scandal that touched USC involving football player Reggie Bush, Forde goes so far as to suggest that USC should receive the NCAA death penalty.  While that […]

One and Done: O.J. Mayo and Amateurism in NCAA Basketball

ESPN’s Outside the Lines ran a piece yesterday concerning former USC basketball player O.J. Mayo.  Since he was in the seventh grade, Mayo has been identified as one of the top basketball talents in the United States.  Mayo played for USC this season, but it was a foregone conclusion that his college career would be […]