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Armour: It Took Losing Control to get Alabama Back on Course

One of Nick Saban’s mantras is “Control what you can control,” a phrase his Alabama players didn’t fully appreciate until they couldn’t control anything. For...

The Case for Student Athletes

Despite being a star on the University of Wisconsin basketball team, Nigel Hayes is currently struggling to work his way into the NBA. While a...

Florida Track and Field Coach Wins Academy’s 2017 Amos Alonzo Stagg Coaching Award

After leading the University of Florida men’s track and field team to its second consecutive and seventh overall national championship, UF head track and...

Sitting Out the Conference Championship Bonus

When is not playing an advantage? The answer is the Power Five Conference Championship games. These games pit the winners of each of the...

College Football Playoffs Set: Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia and Alabama

After a see-saw end to the college football season in which Auburn University defeated number one Georgia and number one Alabama, only to lose...

Judge Approves $208.7 Million Settlement for Scholarship Athletes

A federal judge in California recently approved a $208.7 million settlement to compensate college athletes who attended school using traditional sports scholarships rather than...

For Every Action, There is a Reaction

When are athletes going to learn that for every action they take that there will be a reaction from others? The latest incident with...

Baker Mayfield and the Death of Sportsmanship

There was an interesting series of incidents involving quarterback Baker Mayfield at the recent Oklahoma v. Kansas football game that speaks to both the...

College Hoops ‘Shamateurism’

George Vescey, once a New York Times sports columnist and the co-author of a top selling 1976 book about country singer Loretta Lynn, Coal...

Armour: LaVar Ball Lurks Over UCLA’s Decision to Discipline Players Accused of Shoplifting

Sure, it was an international incident that threatened to spark a diplomatic crisis and required the intervention of the U.S. president. That was the easy...

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