UNLV Boyd School of Law to launch gaming and regulatory online courses - Yogonet International

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UNLV Boyd School of Law to launch gaming and regulatory online courses - Yogonet International UNLV Boyd School of Law to launch gaming and regulatory online courses - Yogonet International Posted: 10 Nov 2020 12:00 AM PST T he UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law announced today that it will develop an online training program for operators, regulators, lawyers and others who work in and around the worldwide gaming industry. The mostly asynchronous classes, which will launch during the first and second quarters of 2021, will be created and taught by instructors with decades of professional gaming and teaching experience. The online courses, funded by a gift from the GVC Foundation U.S. , will ultimately consist of eight classes designed to prepare professionals to meet the sophisticated regulatory and operating challenges facing the gaming industry. Students are not required to hold a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree or first degree of law requi

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SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports' Paul Myerberg breaks down the latest Amway Coaches Poll, which saw Notre Dame jump to No. 2 behind new No. 1 Alabama. USA TODAY

COVID-19 cancellations have caused the schedule for Week 11 in college football to look very different with marquee contests being canceled or postponed. Even with the changes, there's still some key matchups that will potentially impact College Football Playoff and conference races.

No. 2 Notre Dame is the only top four team to be in action this weekend, and the Irish are heading to Boston College for a game that wakes up the echoes from a scenario 27 years ago. Back then, Notre Dame beat No. 1 Florida State and then lost to the Eagles the following week. Now the Irish will try to flip the script and avoid an upset after last week's defeat of No. 1 Clemson.

Notre Dame wide receiver Braden Lenzy (25) runs for a touchdown as Boston College cornerback Brandon Sebastian pursues during their 2019 game at Notre Dame Stadium.

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The Big Ten will start to sort out the race in the West division. No. 14 Wisconsin is returning after missing two weeks due to positive tests and contract tracing. The Badgers will travel to Michigan with the Wolverines hoping to rebound after two consecutive losses.  Two surprising unbeatens will face off when Purdue hosts No. 23 Northwestern. The winner would be the last team in the division without a loss if Wisconsin stumbles.

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For the playoff contenders, there's potential pitfalls if they're overlooking opponents. No. 5 Florida hosts Arkansas, while No. 9 Miami and No. 12 Oregon hit the road for respective games against Virginia Tech and Washington State.



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