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Sunday, April 20, 2008
Congrats to Florida Coastal and UVA Law School Softball Teams

Via TaxProf: For the second year in a row, Florida Coastal School of Law and the University of Virginia have won the annual and only mildly corrupt UVA law school softball tournament in the co-rec and men's divisions, respectively. One suspects that a certain Sports Law blogger may have contributed to the Florida Coastal victory.


A prerequisite to enrollment in our sports law certificate program is that you must be able to hit a ball well. I hung up the cleats a long time ago, but it's fairly obvious that they don't need my help anyways.

Blogger Rick Karcher -- 4/20/2008 8:39 PM  

mildly corrupt?

Blogger John R. -- 4/21/2008 10:00 AM  

Professor Karcher was offered a long-term deal to participate on the Florida Coastal team this past year. However, due to the lack of a liquidated damages clause, he feared Coastal obtaining a negative injunction against him from participating for another school if offered a better deal.....which is fine with us because we wouldn't want a "disgruntled employee" forced to play with us, as he will likely tank the season. Apparently, he's already "handsomely compensated" enough.


Anonymous Anonymous -- 4/21/2008 12:27 PM  

It's not the contract issues that concern me, it's all the potential steroid accusations....

Blogger Rick Karcher -- 4/22/2008 2:30 PM  

UVA gets more fans to their softball games than they do to their football games. Glad they can be proud of something.

Let's Goooo Mountaineers!

Blogger Shawn -- 4/23/2008 10:40 AM  

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