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A Free Market for College Athletes

November 12, 2011 by


In his latest for the Huffington Post, Dave Berri responds to Sports Illustrated.

Why Cam Newton Should be Unhappy with His Father

December 12, 2010 by


This is the title of my latest at the Huffington Post.  The post leans on a wonderful column by Dan Wetzel at Yahoo! Sports and also the sports economics research of Robert Brown and R. Todd Jewell.  And hopefully when you reach the end you can see why Cam should be asking his father some […]

A Better Football Poll?

October 16, 2007 by


I posted the following at The Sports Economist. In addition to re-posting this column here, I have also added below the first Wages of Wins College Football Ranking.  Hope you enjoy.

Darren Rovell Shows us that Michigan is a Winner

September 10, 2007 by


Classes start this week at Cal-State Bakersfield.  So I should have spent my day working on preparing either The Economics of Religion or Intermediate Macroeconomics (the two courses I teach this quarter).  But I would rather comment on three items I saw on three of my favorite blogs. These comments will be presented in three […]