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NCAA Athletic Directors Believe Pay-for-Play Has “No Part” in College Athletics

One hundred twenty members of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics convened at the Division 1A's athletic directors' meeting this week and...

Can it Be True? Georgia College Discontinues its Athletic Teams

Spelman College in Atlanta is a historically black college and university for women only. It has a long and rich history as an academically...

College Sports and the Seven Deadly Sins

(Editor’s Note:  This article and a counterpoint by Dr. Arthur Ogden are being posted together on this blog. The purpose of a blog should...

Is the “Education” in Higher Education Even Relevant Any Longer?

Josh Samuels is a junior at Ohio State University.  He recently told a New York Times reporter that he made his decision to attend...

Dorothy, We’re Not in Kansas Anymore

Frank Deford is one of America’s most recognized and honored writers in the field of sports and beyond.  He is a frequent contributor to...

Ethical Dilemmas in Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Coaches and the Codes of Ethic

Competitive sports have a tremendous impact on our culture, influencing the values of millions of participants and spectators. It has been said that “Sport...

NCAA: Point shaving threatens college sports

In the wake of Monday’s allegations against two former men’s basketball student-athletes and a former assistant coach, the NCAA reiterated its stance that point...

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