Connecticut Moving Ahead With Sports Betting – Hartford Courant



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Connecticut Moving Ahead With Sports Betting
Hartford Courant
Connecticut began taking steps toward legalizing sports betting Wednesday, but first that involves reaching an agreement with the state’s two Indian tribes, who believe they have the exclusive right to sports gambling. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy told
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Here are six potential KU athletic director candidates, all with football experience – Kansas City Star



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Here are six potential KU athletic director candidates, all with football experience
Kansas City Star
Ross Bjork, Ole Miss AD: A native of Dodge City and 1995 graduate of Emporia State (where he played football), Bjork has been at Ole Miss since March 2012. He also was AD at Western Kentucky and senior associate AD at UCLA. Bjork worked at Missouri …
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Sports gambling 'integrity fee' supporters are not doing themselves any favors – Washington Post



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Sports gambling ‘integrity fee’ supporters are not doing themselves any favors
Washington Post
So-called “integrity fees” were a topic of conversation even before the Supreme Court ruled May 14 that the federal law limiting sports gambling was unconstitutional. The NBA, in particular, seems to think it should get a cut of the money gambled on
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Roger Goodell details NFL's stance on sports betting after ruling – The Denver Post



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Roger Goodell details NFL’s stance on sports betting after ruling
The Denver Post
In suggesting four core principles that should be maintained for any form of legalized sports betting, Goodell stressed that leagues can “protect our content and intellectual property from those who attempt to steal or misuse it.” He also said
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