The Return of College Football
Well, the wait is over. As of today, college football has returned. We here at Abnormal Use couldn’t be more excited. So, to prepare for this momentous occasion, we have prepared a list of links to our prior football related posts. Mind you, some of these posts concern professional football (which seems to result in more litigation). However, we won’t let that get in the way of assembling the list below, which includes posts from each year our little blog has been in existence. So, we hope you enjoy revisiting our past. Oh, and let us know which Carolina you’ll be rooting for tonight in the big game! (Since we have offices in both North and South Carolina and lawyers with alma maters in both states, it may be a tense day.).
“NFL Litigation May Forever Change Football” (August 19, 2013).
“PA vs. NCAA: Does the Commonwealth Have Standing?” (January 16, 2013).
“NFL Punter Claims Turf Unreasonably Dangerous” (November 29, 2012).
“Former NFL Players Allege NFL Concealed Risks of Injury” (September 14, 2011).
“The Return of College Football (And Some Law Stuff)” (September 1, 2011).
“South Carolina’s College Football Stadium Parking Jurisprudence” (July 12, 2011).
Oh, and here’s one that sounds like it’s about college football, but it’s really not:
“Georgia vs. Texas” (March 25, 2010).