Retired lawyer, commentator on all issues concerning NCAA. Agent-advisor for college or high school athletes, concerning recruiting, eligibility, transfer, scholarship and other NCAA regulation and enforcement issues. Contact me at email@example.com.
I was a ballboy for Michigan basketball during some golden Cazzie Russell, mid-1960’s years, and am a diehard Michigan fan. Back in May 2010, I found myself startled by the bizarre brief filed by the University of Michigan, responding to NCAA allegations that UM and then- head football coach Rich Rodriguez violated NCAA bylaws. Based on what I’d seen in the practice of law, the briefs seemed rife with arguments unsubstantiated by facts. Over the next few months, I read everything about the Michigan case, and since then have had a continued interest in NCAA regulation and enforcement issues — and a few other miscellaneous topics along the way.
The name – Brewonsouthu – comes from my reaction to those briefs filed by Michigan and Rich Rod. Having grown up in Ann Arbor, I envisioned Rich Rod (an extremely bright and likeable guy), sitting in a basement bar on South University St. in Ann Arbor, with some of his closest assistants, each taking turns reading aloud excerpts from the sheaf of papers passed around (which are the Michigan and Rich Rod briefs)– and giggling like schoolkids.
I live in Portland Maine. I have 3 grown daughters. Look for my book, Scamateurism, coming out soon.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions, comments, whatever. Bill Wilson JD