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ITHACA, NY — This Thursday, Jan. 27, Michael Vick’s first paid endorsement contract since he got out of prison will be made public. Meanwhile, Ben Roethlisberger is getting ready for his third Super Bowl. Is all forgiven?

In the case of Vick — maybe. Unequal Technologies, the company that manufactured the vest Vick wore after returning from a rib injury, signed Vick...

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ITHACA, NY — On the football field, Ithaca College and Cortland State vie each year for the Cortaca Jug in what “Sports Illustrated” once called “the biggest little game in the nation.” The season-ending game often has playoff implications for both teams, though players say records and standings get thrown out the window when it comes to this battle for pride. Off...

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ITHACA, NY — At a time when the NCAA’s coffers have never been fuller — the ink on its new $11 billion contract with CBS is barely dry — the Division I student-athletes who generate that revenue still have to pay significant out-of-pocket expenses to cover the cost of their educations despite receiving “full” scholarships. According to a new joint study by...

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ITHACA, NY — Panelists and speakers representing various sectors of the sport industry will gather at Ithaca College on Saturday, Oct. 30, to share their insights with area students and anyone else interested in a profession in sports. Hosted by the Department of Sport Management and Media, “Careers in Sport Symposium” will take place in Textor 103 and Friends Hall from 8:30...

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