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Making The Rounds: BCS Faces Challenges From Economist, Lawyers

BCS Faces Challenge From 21 Economists and Lawyers - Team Speed Kills

A group of economics and law professors have submitted an antitrust challenge to the BCS to the Department of Justice. If you've heard any anti-BCS arguments before, this missive will largely be redundant. It goes over how the BCS is a cartel, it favors some schools over others, it creates a barrier against non-automatic qualifying teams, its payouts don't correspond with consumer appeal, etc. It's a very well written argument against the institution.

Ten players to watch at Boise State's Blue and Orange spring game - One Bronco Nation Under God
What players will be in the spotlight at the Blue and Orange game? A preview of Boise State's spring game on Saturday.

Louisiana-Monroe Provides Evidence that Division I-A is Too Big - Team Speed Kills

I-A football has too many teams in it. ULM happens to provide evidence for that fact. At $8.5 million, the ULM athletics budget is the smallest in I-A. By comparison, Alabama will pay Nick Saban and his two coordinators $7.46 million for the 2011 season.


Daylen Harrison not returning to Wyoming - Cowboy Altitude
Sophomore Forward Daylen Harrison will not return to Wyoming for his junior season.

SG Evan Conti from Holy Cross HS (NY) to visit Wyoming Thursday - Cowboy Altitude
Evan Conti from Flushing, NY will make an official visit to the University of Wyoming on Thursday.

Tyler Lantrip the new face for Nevada - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
Nobody has to tell Tyler Lantrip about the player he is on the verge of replacing. Lantrip has watched him for years. Even before Lantrip and Colin Kaepernick.

Sloppy defense leads to TCU loss at Oklahoma - Fort Worth Star-Telegram

OU wins seventh straight vs. Frogs in baseball.

SDSU basketball assistant leaves for UNLV -      

Aztecs assistant Justin Hutson accepted a job as UNLV's associate head coach, which comes with a promotion and a raise. Hutson is the first hire under Dave Rice, who was formally introduced Monday afternoon as the Rebels' head coach to replace Lon Kruger.

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