Julio Jones: Man of Many Suits

When I was in college, I had one suit. It was crappy, ill-fitting, and I wore it rarely. No one I knew in college had more than two suits. Post-graduation that didn’t change much. Nor did it change much after I began practicing law. I had one suit hanging on the back of the door and another… Read more »

Players Don’t Respect the NCAA; It’s Time for Change

I am a West Coast homer and hopefully will bring some much needed PAC-12 (Conference of Champions) love to the site. Born and raised in Los Angeles. Both parents went to UCLA.  Dad grew up in the Bay Area and Mom in LA. My parents have had season tickets to UCLA football games since the… Read more »

Pregnant in a Sundress: Hello Y’all

I walked into the lobby of the Wynfrey Hotel on Day 2 of SEC Football Media Days and was instantly overwhelmed.  There were radio station tables lining both sides of the main corridor. Photographers and TV crews with all sorts of expensive cameras and equipment were running around chasing players, coaches, and other Very Important… Read more »

Owner of T-Town Menswear Had Alabama Sideline Passes in 2009 and 2010

After Outkickthecoverage.com reported on the odd relationship between T-Town Menswear and Alabama football, the university provided word to OKTC and ESPN that it had sent a cease and desist letter to the store’s owner in December of 2010 and found nothing improper in the relationship between the store and its players. But as further investigation ensues the connections between… Read more »

Alabama Releases Cease and Desist Letter to T-Town Menswear, Confirms Autographs Were Sold

This evening the University of Alabama released a cease and desist letter dated December 22, 2010 to Outkickthecoverage.com. We have replicated the letter in its entirety below for your review. The blockbuster revelation from the letter is that it confirms that Tom Albetar, the owner of T-Town Menswear was, in fact, “selling or distributing…items depicting current… Read more »

The Pac 12’s Business Model Will Change College Athletics

(Note: our sports business writer’s employee would not appreciate him writing for this site. That is understandable since he works in the industry. Hence we have disguised him with the name Mookie Blaylock — his choice.) At the Southeastern Conference spring meetings in 2009, the SEC was sitting at the top of college sports by… Read more »

Did T-Town Menswear Cause an NCAA Violation For Alabama?

You know the drill these days. You go to the bar to celebrate the launch of your website with a bunch of great people, come home planning to fall into bed and dream about what gifts Les Miles might give us all at SEC Media Days tomorrow, and instead find a collection of emails in the… Read more »

Alabama Notifies OKTC Of Cease and Desist Letter Sent to T-Town Menswear In December 2010

Hoover, AL In the wake of Outkickthecoverage.com’s report early this morning that multiple Alabama players had their autographed jerseys and helmets used to advertise T-Town Men’s Wear, a men’s suit store in Tuscaloosa, Alabama has notified OKTC’s David Wasson that the program sent a cease and desist letter to T-Town’s Men’s Wear in December of… Read more »

Is Florida’s Will Muschamp Crazy?

Hoover, Al Perhaps the most uncomfortable feeling one man can have in the presence of another (at least in the context of a civilized conversation) is when Man A gives the distinct impression that he would just as well mutilate Man B as converse with him.   Man A at SEC Media Days on Wednesday was… Read more »