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NCAA Head May Be Part of the Problem

The NCAA staff in Indianapolis has taken a lot of heat in the past few months over its handling of investigations into the Jerry...

Armour: When it’s O.J., we Simply Can’t Look Away

A conference room at the Lovelock Correctional Center is the new Ford Bronco. Some 20 years later, even after he’s spent the last nine years...

“Quiet diplomacy” Will Ensure Solution to Russian Anti-gay Law Promises IOC Presidential Candidate

A resolution will be found to the current row over Russia's new controversial anti-gay law that is overshadowing the build-up to Sochi 2014, International...

Pennsylvania Governor Joins the Fray in Penn State Story

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett filed suit recently in federal court seeking to overturn sanctions imposed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) against Penn...

Conference report: Trends in Sports Law in Europe and the US

The Sports Lawyer Association (SLA) and the Paris-based Union International des Advocats (UIA) held a successful joint session last month in Miami, Florida, to...

Bach: PED Testing Not an Expense, But an Investment in Future Of Athletics

“The future of sport greatly depends on our success of manipulation and related corruption in the fight against doping, any kind." -International Olympic Committee President...

AMERICAN SPORT – THE BASTION OF MERITOCRACY

I have reached the saturation point!  I am all filled up!  I am tired of sport being the focal point of everything that is...

A Media Nervousness over FBI NCAA Hoops Probe?

Does it seem that the sports media is having a difficult time with the Department of Justice’s investigation into the practices of people in...

Swiss Cycling Withdraws McQuaid Nomination for UCI Presidency

Pat McQuaid's hopes of re-election as President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) have been dealt a further blow after Swiss Cycling confirmed it...

The Pathetic Apology and the Non Apologies: A Tale of Two Baseball Worlds

Why is it that when an athlete does something bad, he or she has to apologize in some humiliating way to the media and...

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