sports law (week 2) - Breahna Karmann 14 Sept 2015 Sports...

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Breahna Karmann 14 Sept 2015 Sports Law I. Chapter 4 Case Study 1. Facts that might support a more sinister interpretation of the coach’s conduct would be the fact that he knew Radojevic had played professional basketball. Then O’Brien testified that he believed that Readojevic would not be eligible because he had played professionally but continued to recruit him. This shows that the coach would do just about anything to get this young man on the team, which includes giving money for a bribe. 2. Ohio State could’ve strengthened their grounds for termination for cause by putting a more detailed description of termination purposes in the coach’s contract. Ohio State could’ve told O’Brien that his termination was due to a breach of contract on grounds of making an unauthorized loan to a potential athlete 3. Implications of this decision in relevance to other colleges would be colleges need to produce more specific and rigorous contracts that won’t allow anybody to get around that rules in any circumstances 4. Termination clauses may be written to favor the university by not limiting causes to whatever occurrences for termination are written the contract. So for instance like Monson’s contract used language like “but [is not] limited to, the following”. Universities could also include less favorable language
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  • Fall '08
  • Frederick,B
  • Southeastern Conference, Big 12 Conference, National Collegiate Athletic Association, Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball

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