Which state has excelled in producing presidents and college football champions? Here’s a hint: It begins with an O.
Topic: college football
At least one positive education statistic did go up during the Obama years.
From Campus Reform: The National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel said this week that football players at private universities are employees, and should be protected against “unfair labor practices.” Inside Higher Ed reports that Richard…
After a complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Northwestern University’s football players cannot be banned from using social media, which could be considered ‘unfair labor practices.’
The issues surrounding the University of Missouri have become a focus in the political campaigns in Missouri, but why shouldn’t they? Photo by cindyt7070
No better way to grease the wheels in the halls of state legislatures than inviting state lawmakers to college football games.
John K. Wilson on the American Association of University Professors blog offered his own interesting take on the UMizzou controversy: Tim Wolfe, president of the University of Missouri, resigned this morning under intense pressure. I’m…
ESPN’s Brett McMurphy with the latest: A Missouri Tigers player said Sunday night that the entire team is not united over the decision to stop practicing until grad student Jonathan Butler ends his hunger strike….
Guess the media criticism was too much for Tim Wolfe.
University of Missouri’s football team may not play this Saturday, which could incur a $1 million penalty to be paid to Brigham Young University due to their scheduling contract: Due to what they deem inadequate…