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SHOULD FRESHMEN BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE HEISMAN?

Posted in Sports History

By Jeffrey S. Kravitz, Esq. Johnny Manziel is putting up numbers for Texas A&M that make him, if not the odds on favorite for the Heisman, at least a face that we will see at the New York Athletic Club when the award is given. And why not? Does anyone doubt that Kareem Abdul Jabbar… Continue Reading

McNutt, But Not For Heisman

Posted in Intellectual Property

As featured in TheLanter.com, an enterprising young undergraduate at Ohio State University has been selling McNutt for Heisman t-shirts at $11 each. Seems that neither the New York Athletic Club, which owns the intellectual property rights to the Heisman, nor OSU (ditto on Ohio State) were thrilled with this promotion. Cease-and-desist letters were sent and… Continue Reading