Tx Tech Rep: SbB’s Use Of School Logo Is Illegal

In 10 1/2 years of operating SbB, I’ve never been sued or been faced with any serious legal action. None.

(Texas Tech rep IMG fired legal guns 72 hours after SbB’s BCG revelations)
Over the years I’ve reported on Texas Tech quite a bit - especially as it pertains to Mike Leach, and more recently, Tommy […]

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Why Is Nico Johnson Signing Cleats In Suit Store?

Friday I documented current starting Alabama linebacker Nico Johnson’s relationship with Tuscaloosa suit store owner and disassociated University of Alabama football booster Tom Al-Betar.

Facebook-dated and camera-timestamped photos and a now-deleted Facebook video posted by Al-Betar showed Johnson out to dinner with the defrocked Alabama booster twice and inside Al-Betar’s T-Town Menswear store on multiple occasions.

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Not Again! Current Bama QB Linked to Suit Store

In the past two weeks current Alabama football player Trent Richardson has been seen in now-deleted Facebook photos signing personalized memorabilia inside T-Town Menswear. Some of the items Richardson signed were later seen on display inside the Tuscaloosa suit store, which is located three miles from the University of Alabama campus.

Some were not.
In one Facebook-dated […]

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Did UA Compliance Apprise Saban Of NCAA Rule?

Chase Goodbread of TideSports.com reported last week that during a recent Dallas radio show appearance, Nick Saban said he didn’t think it was necessary to ban his players from T-Town Menswear in Tuscaloosa.

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Saban to Ian Fitzsimmons of 103.3 ESPN Radio in Dallas:
“You know, I guess I could ban our players from the place but […]

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UA Booster: ‘We sell stuff’ in front of ‘no sale’ sign

For his Tuesday piece titled, “Why did so many Alabama football players sign so much stuff for one men’s store owner?“, BIRMINGHAM NEWS columnist Kevin Scarbinsky visited the T-Town Menswear store owned by University of Alabama booster Tom Al-Betar.

(Complete Video Available Exclusively At TideSports.com)
After noting in his story that Al-Betar greeted him at […]

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Photos: Ingram Heisman Tie To Booster Suitable?

For the past five days, Clay Travis at OutKickTheCoverage.com has steadily unearthed a collection of online photos and video that indicate some manner of relationship between a Tuscaloosa menswear store owner and Alabama football players.

T-Town Menswear owner Tom Al-Betar, an Alabama booster and 2009 & 2010 sideline pass holder who opened the store 13 months […]

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2011 Auburn Cost To Keep NCAA Jail Away: $401K

Thanks to breaking news reported Wednesday by Clay Travis on his new website OutkickTheCoverage.com we learned why the NCAA investigation into the Auburn football program, as Travis put it today, “has now stretched into its tenth month.”

(Aubs: $170K Over 7-Day Period To Keep NCAA Jail Away From The Plains)
Travis reported that the latest round […]

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‘Bruce has resumed his assignments’: Erroneous

On July 14, Bruce Feldman was suspended indefinitely by ESPN.com Editor-in-Chief Pat Stiegman after Stiegman informed Feldman that he was to stop working or Tweeting because of his now-confirmed, ESPN-approved involvement with the new Mike Leach book, Swing Your Sword.

Involvement that Feldman confirmed on ESPN.com two weeks after Leach was terminated by Texas Tech.
At the […]

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Longtime HBO Sports President Greenburg Fired

Ross Greenburg has been fired as HBO Sports President.

(Losing Pacquaio To Showtime Cost Longtime HBO Sports President His Job)
Greenburg’s termination will be announced by HBO as soon as this week. A severance package between the two parties was agreed upon last week.
To cushion the blow of Greenburg’s forced ouster, HBO will not announce his […]

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ESPN Irrevocably Damaged Feldman’s Livelihood

In the aftermath of ESPN executives suspending Bruce Feldman for doing nothing wrong, and then lying to the national media and public about the nature of Feldman’s senseless punishment, we now have our first real world example of how the conduct by those ESPN executives has irreparably damaged Feldman’s ability to do his job in […]

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