Congratulations to @SetonHall alumnus Bob Ley on his retirement from ESPN!
Are athletes students or employees? Transfer restrictions are not based upon principle, but simply to deter an asset moving. Clearly, athletes are employees...with non-compete clauses disguised as transfer restrictions. https://t.co/PkV3bkZxMo
The most respected voice at ESPN. Bob Ley has always been the conscience of sports journalism.
As we wrap up 2018-19, let's share again the fourth episode of "A Pirate's Life" which featured @SHUWBB graduating senior Inja Butina, who traded in her dancing shoes for some basketball shoes to become a Div. I success here at Seton Hall! #HALLin
As the 2018-19 academic year nears its end, let's take a look at the third episode of this season's A Pirate's Life which aired in October and featured the @SHUMSOC twins Corey & Spencer Burkhardt who enjoyed playing soccer together for the entire lives. #HALLin
WaPo's Sally Jenkins on the empty threat of a "fuedal lord." fhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/colleges/ncaa-president-mark-emmert-is-the-lord-of-a-feudal-state-who-knows-its-time-is-over/2019/06/25/4e1c840c-9746-11e9-8d0a-5edd7e2025b1_story.html?utm_term=.5d8462cf08c2
RT @ComplexSports: "I feel like the NCAA is greedy." YouTube star @Deestroying was forced out of college football due to his monetized videos. This week on #ComplexNewsPresents, we sit down w/ him & @JayBilas to dissect the issue of the NCAA not paying athletes. WATCH: https://t.co/tB6snhGKYA https://t.co/fJKLqVbSll