Matthew M. Heekin and Bruce W. Burton (Charlotte): When is Minority Not Minority: NCAA Ignores Two Centuries of Anglo-American Contract Law Respecting Legal Status. Jonathan Chait on why markets are not the solution to the NCAA’s problems. College F-ing Football: Johnny Manziel is not the issue — it's finally time to occupy the NCAA. If the NCAA ran the country: Josh Levin on how the college sports business model would fix Hollywood, Wall Street, and every other industry. Rachel Bachman on saving college football's greatest rivalries: Why are the most historic of rivals ducking out of their annual spectacles? The most loved, hated college football team: Notre Dame Fighting Irish. What if American colleges abolished football? David Macaray wonders. Matt Connolly on why college football video games are done. Zachary Miner on infantilization and fantasy football. Is it o.k. to watch football? Ian Crouch wonders. The safest sport? Everything that you’ve heard about football is wrong. You won’t watch football the same after League of Denial. Marc Tracy on why we are all to blame for the NFL's concussion crisis. Gregg Easterbrook on how the NFL fleeces taxpayers: Public subsidies, tax breaks, and exorbitant salaries — it's time to stop enriching the league, and the feudal lords who own its teams. President Obama says the Redskins should “think about changing” the team's name. Obama doesn’t bring us together — football does. John J. Miller on football and the American character.