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Saturday, September 28 • 4:25pm - 5:25pm
The Fight Over Paying Student-Athletes

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Spencer Hall (mod.)

Contributor, SB Nation
Hall is the editor of college football blog Every Day Should Be Saturday and an editorial director for SB Nation. He writes about college football and participatory pieces involving trying new sports. 

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Jody Conradt

Former Women's Basketball Coach, The University of Texas at Austin
Conradt became the first coach of The University of Texas women’s basketball team in 1976. She coached at UT until 2007. Previously, she coached teams at The University of Texas-Arlington and Sam Houston State University. In 1998, Conradt was inducted into the Basketball Hall of... Read More →
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Kent Hance

Chancellor, Texas Tech University System
Hance has served as the chancellor of the Texas Tech University System, which includes Texas Tech University, the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and Angelo State University, since 2006. Previously, he had represented District 19 in the U.S. House for six years.
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Patrick Hruby

Writer, Sports on Earth
Hruby is a writer for Sports on Earth and a contributing writer for The Atlantic online and Washingtonian magazine. He is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. His article “Did Football Kill Austin Trenum?” was selected for The Best American Sports Writing 2013 collection... Read More →
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Dan Neil

Former Professional and College Football player
After playing football at The University of Texas at Austin on an athletic scholarship, Neil was drafted in 1997 and spent eight years as an offensive lineman for the Denver Broncos, during which time he played two Super Bowl championship games. Neil also ran for office in 2010... Read More →

Saturday September 28, 2013 4:25pm - 5:25pm CDT
Student Activity Center South Ballroom

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