Krishna Korupolu


Articles

Hindsight bias

Tajuan “Ty” Law played in the NFL for 15 years, was a five time Pro-Bowler and won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots.

A gross oversight

Over the past decade, the NCAA has brought sanctions against many historic programs such as University of Southern California, University of Miami and Penn State under the pretense of a “lack of institutional control.”

The end of an era

Tony Verna received a call in the production bus and on the other line was Tex Schramm, the first general manager of the Dallas Cowboys.

Detrimentally early recruiting

In nearly every circumstance, the early-recruiting process that exists in basketball hurts recruits such as Boatright, Peebles and Kelly by removing them from the nationwide recruiting process.

Paring the paranoia

Heidi Murkoff’s name has appeared in the New York Time’s Bestsellers list every week for nearly two decades.

The defensive revolution

The names that are often mentioned when people think of the Revolutionary War are those of Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Paul Revere, etc.

Right motives, wrong proposal

The problem with the proposed system is that compensation would most likely have to be reported as income for the athletes on either the W-2 or Form 1099 as misc. income.