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Open Thread: There Is Power in A Union, NCAA Edition

College sports, as reported by the NYTimes’ business columnist Joe Nocera, “A Union Stands Up for Players“: “I hate bullies,” said DeMaurice Smith. Smith, a former white-collar criminal defense lawyer with the high-powered law firm Patton Boggs, has been the executive director of the National Football League Players Association since 2009. That is to say, [...]
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