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The Division I Council voted earlier this week to remove cannabinoids from the banned drug class for championships and postseason participation in football, effective immediately.
“The NCAA drug testing program is intended to focus on integrity of competition, and cannabis products do not provide a competitive advantage,” Josh Whitman, chair of the council and athletics

Jeremy M. Evans, CEO, Founder, and Managing Attorney of the law firm California Sports Lawyer®, is a influential fixture in the sports law community, where he his work has earned the praise of clients and co-counsel, alike.
One reason for that acclaim is that he possesses great expertise in best practices and negotiations in entertainment,

Chance Miller, J.D., senior deputy athletics director at the University of South Carolina, has been named Coastal Carolina University’s vice president for intercollegiate athletics and University recreation following a nationwide search, according to CCU President Michael T. Benson, D.Phil. Miller begins his new role on July 16, 2024, and will serve on the President’s Cabinet

Debo Williams, a star linebacker at the University of South Carolina, has signed an NIL deal with the Joye Law Firm.
Through the “partnership,” Williams will participate in various marketing and public relations campaigns to promote Joye Law Firm’s commitment “to client care and community involvement.”
As part of the partnership, the firm expects Williams

The Court for Arbitration in Switzerland has rejected a complaint by M2F transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, who argued that attempts to prevent her from competing in elite women’s races are invalid, unlawful and discriminatory, according to GWU Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf.
The professor noted that the decision was based on the major athletic