Baseball Star Sued for Millions By Twin Brother, Mother and Father Settles Case

Source: David Murphy/Philly.com IT WAS late July when Ryan Howard pointedly asked a reporter whether he wanted to trade places with him. The anguish in his tone was palpable. A former perennial MVP candidate, the slugger’s career was nearing its nadir. Two years removed from a return from a ruptured left Achilles’ tendon, Howard was, statistically speaking, one of the …

Star Recruits Warned About NCAA Fine Print

  There is no time in which promises, potentiality, and pleading are more celebrated than during college football recruiting and the upcoming National Football Signing Day.  Whether it be the daily phone calls, mountains of letters, or in-home visits, college recruiters will tell top recruits just about anything to get them to sign, and usually the recruiter with the best “mouthpiece” …

NCAA, Concussions Costing Players Their Lives, Health, and Memories

Source: Sara Grim/CNN In the early 1900s, college football was a brutal sport. An increasing number of deaths and injuries prompted action from President Theodore Roosevelt and led to the establishment of what would later be known as the NCAA. The National Collegiate Athletic Association was founded to protect the health and safety of college football players, but more than …

Ex-South Carolina QB Stephen Garcia Says SEC Players Paid For Autographs “Everyday”

Source:  Chip Patterson/CBS Sports Former South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia, now a member of the college football media at Saturday Down South, is not scared to share some war stories from life in the seedy underbelly of the SEC. During a radio interview on WFNZ in Charlotte, Garcia argued against the rules preventing players from benefiting financially on their likeness. …