SCOTUS gives lowly faculty a chance to get a piece of big-time college sports wealth

Give the front four a pass then bet on the home team. Or the opposite. Law school prof Marc Edelman has the details in Forbes:

In the three years since the U.S. Supreme Court issued its seminal decision in Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, at least 21 new states have legalized some form of sports betting. Most of these states have taken reasonable steps to prevent athletes and game officials from betting on particular sports. But, to date, no state has imposed a ban on college administrators or faculty from betting on their students’ games. …

But note his disclaimer: “Nothing in this article shall be construed as legal advice.

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