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Friday, July 22Collingwd ($2.30) v North Melbourne ($1.62), Etihad Stadium at 7.50pmCollingwd:?B Jonathon Marsh, Nathan J. Brown, Jeremy Howe HB Taylor Adams, Ben Reid, Ben Sinclair C Steele Sidebottom, Adam Treloar, James Aish HF Alex Fasolo, Travis Cloke, Travis Varcoe F Darcy Mre, Jesse White, Jarryd Blair FOL Brodie Grundy, Scott Pendlebury, Jack Crisp I/C Levi Greenwd, Marley Williams, Brayden Maynard, Josh SmithNorth Melbourne:?B Scott D. Thompson, Michael Firrito, Shaun Atley HB Brad McKenzie, Robbie Tarrant, Jamie Macmillan C Sam Gibson, Daniel Wells, Nick Dal Santo HF Jed Anderson, Ben Brown, Jack Ziebell F Lindsay Thomas, Drew Petrie, Brent Harvey FOL Todd Goldstein, Ben Cunnington, Andrew Swallow I/C Ryan Clarke, Trent Dumont, Aaron Mullett, Majak DawUBET verdict:?Even though North have gone from top of the table to scrapping for a spot in the eight in the space of two months, early shoppers seem prepared to give them one last chance.Enter your ESPNftytips AFL selectionsSaturday, July 23Sydney ($1.05) v Carlton ($10), SCG at 1.45pm?Sydney:?B Dane Rampe, Aliir Aliir, Nick Smith HB Jake Lloyd, Heath Grundy, Callum Mills C Dan Hannebery, Josh P. Kennedy, Kieren Jack HF Dean Towers, Lance Franklin, George Hewett F Isaac Heeney, Gary Rohan, Tom Papley FOL Sam Naismith, Luke Parker, Tom Mitchell I/C Harry Cunningham, Jordan Fte, Xavier Richards, Callum SinclairCarlton:?B Zach Tuohy, Sam Rowe, Kade Simpson HB Dylan Buckley, Lachie Plowman, Sam Docherty C Dennis Armfield, Patrick Cripps, Ed Curnow HF Sam Kerridge, Simon White, Jack Silvagni F Matthew Wright, Levi Casboult, Charlie Curnow FOL Matthew Kreuzer, Bryce Gibbs, Nick Graham I/C Andrew Phillips, Jacob Weitering, Liam Sumner, Blaine BoekhorstUBET verdict:?Sydney have been in the news for all the wrong reasons this week, but punters feel the bad press will have no effect on their on-field performance.Enter your ESPNftytips AFL selectionsGold Coast ($1.57) v Fremantle ($2.40), Metricon Stadium at 2.10pmGold Coast:?B Nick Malceski, Steven May, Kade Kolodjashnij HB Jarrod Harbrow, Rory Thompson, Alex Sexton C Joshua Schoenfeld, Jesse Lonergan, Matt Shaw HF Brandon Matera, Tom J. Lynch, Jarrad Grant F Sam Day, Peter Wright, Ryan Davis FOL Tom Nicholls, Jack Martin, Touk Miller I/C Matt Rosa, Callum Ah Chee, Jesse Joyce, Jarrod GarlettFremantle:?B Garrick Ibbotson, Zac Dawson, Cameron Sutcliffe HB Stephen Hill, Sam Collins, Lee Spurr C Danyle Pearce, Lachie Neale, Hayden Crozier HF Tendai Mzungu, Chris Mayne, Michael Walters F Shane Yarran, Matt Taberner, Lachie Weller FOL Jonathon Griffin, David Mundy, Nick Suban I/C Tommy Sheridan, Connor Blakely, Zac Clarke, Ed LangdonUBET verdict:?Freo have won five of their last six matches against the Suns, but did lose their most recent encounter in Round 2. No decisive interest in either side at this stage.Enter your ESPNftytips AFL selectionsWest Coast ($1.12) v Melbourne ($6.25), Domain Stadium at 2.35pm?West Coast:?B Brad Sheppard, Eric Mackenzie, Thomas Barrass HB Sharrod Wellingham, Jeremy McGovern, Shannon Hurn C Chris Masten, Matt Priddis, Elliot Yeo HF Andrew Gaff, Jack Darling, Josh Hill F Jamie Cripps, Josh J. Kennedy, Mark LeCras FOL Scott Lycett, Jack Redden, Luke Shuey I/C Liam Duggan, Jonathan Giles, Sam Butler, Jackson NelsonMelbourne:?B Josh Wagner, Tom McDonald, Neville Jetta HB Jayden Hunt, Oscar McDonald, Matt Jones C Christian Petracca, Bernie Vince, Dom Tyson HF Jeff Garlett, Jack Watts, James Harmes F Chris Dawes, Jesse Hogan, Dean Kent FOL Max Gawn, Nathan Jones, Jack Viney I/C Angus Brayshaw, Billy Stretch, Sam Frost, Alex Neal-BullenUBET verdict:?West Coast lked flat last week in their win over Carlton, but the early money trail says the Eagles will spark up and win handsomely at home.Enter your ESPNftytips AFL selectionsWestern Bulldogs ($1.30) v St Kilda ($3.55), Etihad Stadium at 7.25pmWestern Bulldogs:?B Matthew Boyd, Fletcher Roberts, Jason Johannisen HB Easton Wd, Dale Morris, Matthew Suckling C Lachie Hunter, Marcus Bontempelli, Liam Picken HF Caleb Daniel, Tom Boyd, Koby Stevens F Clay Smith, Jack Redpath, Tom Liberatore FOL Jordan Roughead, Jack Macrae, Mitch Wallis I/C Josh Dunkley, Shane Biggs, Tory Dickson, Lin JongSt Kilda:?B Sam Gilbert, Sean Dempster, Shane Savage HB Jack Newnes, Dylan Roberton, Jarryn Geary C Nick Riewoldt, David Armitage, Leigh Montagna HF Maverick Weller, Tim Membrey, Jack Billings F Jack Sinclair, Josh Bruce, Jade Gresham FOL Tom Hickey, Luke Dunstan, Jack Steven I/C Sebastian Ross, Blake Acres, Nathan Wright, Daniel McKenzieUBET verdict:?St Kilda were plucky last round against the Dees, but all the early interest has been in the Dogs, both outright and at the line.Enter your ESPNftytips AFL selectionsGeelong (1.63) v Adelaide ($2.25), Simonds Stadium at 7.25pm?Geelong:?B Jake Kolodjashnij, Tom Lonergan, Harry Taylor HB Jed Bews, Andrew Mackie, Corey Enright C Mark Blicavs, Joel Selwd, Steven Motlop HF Shane Kersten, Rhys Stanley, Mitch Duncan F Jimmy Bartel, Tom Hawkins, Daniel Menzel FOL Zac Smith, Patrick Dangerfield, Cameron Guthrie I/C Nakia Cockat, Josh Cowan, Lincoln McCarthy, Tom RugglesAdelaide:?B Luke Brown, Daniel Talia, Jake Lever HB Rory Laird, Kyle Hartigan, Kyle Cheney C Brodie Smith, Scott Thompson, Rory Atkins HF Charlie Cameron, Josh Jenkins, Tom Lynch F Eddie Betts, Taylor Walker, Mitch McGovern FOL Sam Jacobs, Rory Sloane, Matt Crouch I/C Brad Crouch, Richard Douglas, Jarryd Lyons, Ricky HendersonUBET verdict:?Once again, the Crows are the best backed team of the round in early trade. Geelong have plenty of fans t in what shapes as the match of the round.Sunday, July 24Essendon ($1.53) v Brisbane ($2.50), Etihad Stadium at 1.10pmEssendon:?B Matt Dea, Michael Hartley, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti HB Courtenay Dempsey, Mitch Brown, Aaron Francis C Zach Merrett, David Zaharakis, Will Hams HF Darcy Parish, Joe Daniher, Orazio Fantasia F Jayden Laverde, Matthew Leuenberger, Martin Gleeson FOL Shaun McKernan, James Kelly, Brendon Goddard I/C Patrick Ambrose, Kyle Langford, Conor McKenna, Adam Cney, Sam Michael, Craig Bird, James Polkinghorne (Three to be omitted)Brisbane:?B Darcy Gardiner, Daniel Merrett, Tom Cutler HB Liam Dawson, Harris Andrews, Sam Mayes C Tom Rockliff, Ben Keays, Rohan Bewick HF Pearce Hanley, Matthew Hammelmann, Eric Hipwd F Josh Green, Josh Schache, Ryan Bastinac FOL Stefan Martin, Daniel Rich, Mitch Robinson I/C Josh Walker, Dayne Zorko, Jarrad Jansen, Ryan Lester, Rhys Mathieson, Archie Smith, Rueben William (Three to be omitted)UBET verdict:?Early investment favours the Bombers, but this game wont be breaking any betting records.Enter your ESPNftytips AFL selectionsHawthorn ($1.12) v Richmond ($6.25), MCG at 3.20pm?Hawthorn:?B Shaun Burgoyne, James Frawley, Ben Stratton HB Sam Mitchell, Josh Gibson, Grant Birchall C Isaac Smith, Jordan Lewis, Bradley Hill HF Luke Breust, Jack Gunston, Cyril Rioli F James Sicily, Ben McEvoy, Paul Puopolo FOL Jonathon Ceglar, Luke Hodge, Jonathan ORourke I/C Kaiden Brand, Taylor Duryea, Angus Litherland, Brendan Whitecross, Will Langford, Tim OBrien, Kurt Heatherley (Three to be omitted)Richmond:?B David Astbury, Alex Rance, Dylan Grimes HB Kane Lambert, Taylor Hunt, Brandon Ellis C Daniel Rioli, Trent Cotchin, Anthony Miles HF Dustin Martin, Sam Lloyd, Shaun Grigg F Jayden Short, Jack Riewoldt, Ben Griffiths FOL Shaun Hampson, Nick Vlastuin, Shane Edwards I/C Oleg Markov, Liam McBean, Connor Menadue, Nathan Drummond, Jason Castagna, Reece Conca, Ben Lennon (Three to be omitted)UBET verdict:?The first two bets our traders laid on this game were $5,000 and $2,000 for the Hawks at $1.14 and, despite the short quote, the interest in them shows no sign of slowing down.Enter your ESPNftytips AFL selectionsPort Adelaide ($2.45) v GWS ($1.55), Adelaide Oval at 4.10pmPort Adelaide:?B Darcy Byrne-Jones, Logan Austin, Jasper Pittard HB Matthew Broadbent, Tom Clurey, Hamish Hartlett C Jared Polec, Ollie Wines, Sam Gray HF Brad Ebert, Justin Westhoff, Chad Wingard F Jarman Impey, John Butcher, Aaron Young FOL Jackson Trengove, Travis Boak, Robbie Gray I/C Kane Mitchell, Jake Neade, Paul Stewart, Karl Amon, Jay Schulz, Brendon Ah Chee, Nathan Krakouer (Three to be omitted)GWS:?B Joel Patfull, Phil Davis, Adam Kennedy HB Heath Shaw, Nick Haynes, Zac Williams C Adam Tomlinson, Stephen Coniglio, Josh Kelly HF Rory Lobb, Jonathon Patton, Steve Johnson F Devon Smith, Jeremy Cameron, Toby Greene FOL Shane Mumford, Callan Ward, Dylan Shiel I/C Sam J. Reid, Jake Barrett, Harrison Himmelberg, Nathan Wilson, Matthew Kennedy, James Stewart, Tom Scully (Three to be omitted)UBET verdict:?GWS got their grve back against the Lions last week and our customers fully expect them to dance all over Port and cover the 10.5 handicap.Enter your ESPNftytips AFL selections kiestore.com/Twins-Anibal-Sanchez-Kids-Jersey/" target="_blank">Anibal Sanchez Jersey . Team physician Dr. Steve Traina performed the surgery Friday. Robinson was injured in a spill underneath the Nuggets basket during the first quarter of Wednesday nights loss to the Charlotte Bobcats. kiestore.com/Twins-Miguel-Sano-Kids-Jersey/" target="_blank">Miguel Sano Jersey . SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. kiestore.com/" target="_blank">http://www.twinsrkiestore.com/ . -- The bs poured down on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots at the end of a horrible first half. kiestore.com/Twins-Fernando-Rodney-Kids-Jersey/" target="_blank">Fernando Rodney Jersey . 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In another step toward redefining the amateur status of college athletes, Northwestern has agreed to drop social media restrictions placed on ftball players after a complaint about the team handbk was filed with the National Labor Relations Board.ESPN first reported Tuesday the complaint was withdrawn in September after Northwestern agreed to modify its rules. The NLRBs advisory memo states the scholarship ftball players are assumed to be statutory employees and that certain team rules were unlawful. That could affect players at the other 16 private schls that compete in FBS.A group of former Northwestern players, led by an advocacy group for college athletes, failed last year in its attempt to gain the right to unionize the team from the NLRB, although the dr was left open for other changes when the board said the players should be treated as employees. The board has no jurisdiction over public institutions, which include the vast majority of colleges and universities in Division I.A complaint to the NLRB from a California lawyer with no connection to Northwestern was filed in August 2015, challenging the teams rules prohibiting activities such as speaking to the media without athletic department permission and posting information on Twitter and other social media without limits or monitoring by coaches. The schl also agreed to change its grievance policy, which said players must go to the university, conference or NCAA with complaints.The schl does not have similar policies for the rest of the student body.Northwestern considers its students who participate in NCAA Division I sports, including those who receive athletic scholarships, to be students, first and foremost, Northwestern Vice President for University Relations Al Cubbage said in a statement.As noted in the NLRB General Counsels Advice Memorandum dated September 22, 2016, although Northwestern disputes the General Counsels assumption that Northwesterns scholarship ftball players are employees, the rules off the former Ftball Handbk that were the subject of this charge have been modified.ddddddddddddRobert Boland, an antitrust attorney, said the initial 2014 ruling by an NLRB regional administrator in Chicago that scholarship players at private colleges and universities are employees creates opportunities to push for more benefits and rights for student-athletes -- possibly even payments.With this one body they are employees statutorily, said Boland, who is director of the masters of sports administration program at Ohio University. You could conceivably widen the niche and say if they are employees they would have the right to have contracts. They would have the right to have certain things that we can guarantee under the labor law for employees.Earlier this month, the Supreme Court said it would not hear the NCAAs appeal of an antitrust ruling against it in the so-called OBannon case. The lower courts ruled that NCAA rules violated antitrust laws, but also shot down a plan to pay college athletes for the use of their names, images and likenesses.The ruling left the NCAA open to further legal challenges and several are working their way through the courts.Boland said because the NLRBs decision affects only private schls its influence in the larger debate over how college athletes should be compensated is limited.It is nothing more than a piece to a large puzzle about the redefinition of the model of college athletics moving from some version of amateurism to some version of greater athlete autonomy and it doesnt say anything about money it just says more autonomy, Boland said.---This story has been corrected to show the NLRB did not make a ruling on the complaint but rather sent an advisory memo and the case was withdrawn after Northwestern agreed to modify its rules. Also, the case does not directly affect the other private schls in FBS but could. ' ' '