A federal judge ruled in favor of Maurice Clarett yesterday, stating that the NFL's policy prohibiting young players from entering the draft violates anti-trust laws. The NFL will appeal the decision but it's likely to stand. I'm not especially fond of Mike Lupica's work anymore--though I grew up on the stuff--but I think he hits the nail on the head this morning. Curt Flood's name is sure to be mentioned in relation to this case. If anyone catches an especially interesting Flood analogy, I'd appreciate it if you could e-mail the link to me.