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The Craig James Annual Award for Sports Analysis Excellence - Week 3

The Craig James Memorial Trophy will annually recognize the outstanding college football analyst whose performance best exhibits a relentless pursuit of analyzing stuff you know nothing about, a tireless willingness to troll for clicks, and a selfless effort to meet a word count, regardless of the cost to the English language. This week's nominees include Yankee statisticians, completely apt analogies, and yet more from the Worldwide Leader in Conflicts of Interest.

K-State Slate: 7.29.11

The Slate just wants Saturday. Today, Oklahoma admits major violations, Oklahoma State gets new uniforms, Pac-12 Network details announced, the Longhorn Network would be a huge impediment to joining the Pac-12, and Joe Posnanski explores the issue of paying college athletes.

Chris Harris asks; Should College Athletes Be Paid?

Chris Harris asks; Should College Athletes Be Paid? Come check out our take on The Hitman's question.

Giving College Athletes an iTunes

Giving athletes a spending stipend above their scholarships has the potential to curb small scale cheating in college athletics.

The Logistics of Paying College Athletes

Should college athletes be paid? A look at the seven major issues that must be addressed before any college athletes will begin to draw a salary.

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