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Site Selection and Tournament Timing a Balancing Act for DI Women’s Basketball
Last Updated: 10/17/2010
Tennessee head coach Pat Summitt says if the Lady Vols could host first- and second-round games in the Division I Women’s Basketball Championship every year, they would probably always lead the tournament in attendance.
 
Jumping from Pella to Pit Row
Last Updated: 10/16/2010
Given the choice, Cam Waugh would still rather spend his Saturdays clad in red and white, eyeing open patches of FieldTurf at Ron and Joyce Schipper Stadium while barreling upfield in an adrenaline-fueled surge with another kickoff return.
 
Has Football Become Too Dangerous for Growing Boys?
Last Updated: 10/16/2010
All of a sudden it seems, America has discovered that our football is a very dangerous game.
 
Preventing Deaths in Student Athletes With the Sickle Cell Trait
Last Updated: 10/13/2010
Athletes with the sickle cell trait who have intense workouts are at risk of dying. However, by taking proper precautions, they can work out safely.
 
A Nutritional Guide for Basketball Players
Last Updated: 10/13/2010
Optimum performance on the basketball court requires sound nutritional habits, as being adequately fueled directly affects your stamina and focus.
 
More frustrating when giving up huge rushing yardage?
Last Updated: 10/12/2010
Is it me or does a loss in which you get the ball pounded at the gut of the defense all night more painful than other losses?
 
Parents Won Over By Female Football Coach
Last Updated: 10/12/2010
The fathers leaned over the chain-link fence and intently watched the junior-high football coach at Mesa Preparatory Academy. Some of the dads were anxious. Others were fearful.
 
Explosive SI Cover Story Details NFL Agent Paying College Players
Last Updated: 10/13/2010
In an explosive cover story by George Dohrmann, Sports Illustrated details how former NFL agent Josh Luchs paid more than 30 players during their college careers in an attempt to sign them as clients.
 
Chester M. Pierce Made History on the Field and in the Classroom
Last Updated: 10/12/2010
Chester M. Pierce’s career achievements following graduation from Harvard in 1948 might resemble those of Forrest Gump, except for the cross country runs.
 
John Cooper Was Among the Founders of the Jump Shot
Last Updated: 10/12/2010
College basketball has lost one of its early innovators. John Cooper, one of the first players to use the jump shot, died September 18 at the age of 98.
 
NCAA Grad Rate a Success by Any Measure
Last Updated: 10/12/2010
The NCAA will release the latest Graduation Success Rate figures on October 19, once again bringing attention to a rate that college and university presidents believe is more useful than the methodology used to produce the federal graduation rate.
 
Ohio Girl is Homecoming Queen and Star Kicker on Same Night
Last Updated: 10/11/2010
Chippewa (Ohio) High School senior Jackie Kasburg had a one-of-a-kind homecoming last Friday. Wearing her customary pink gameday cleats, she kicked three extra points during the Chipps' 55-27 loss to Rittman (Ohio) High in the first game action of her high school career. Then, to top off the night, she was named homecoming queen.
 
Brain Damage Possible Without Concussion Symptoms
Last Updated: 10/11/2010
A new Purdue University study examining high school football players who suffer hits to the head is raising questions about the long-term safety of the sport's participants.
 
The Women’s Game (Part 1)
Last Updated: 10/11/2010
Ask a dozen Division I women’s basketball coaches what they think about championship bracket expansion or the preliminary-round site format, and you’ll get a dozen different answers.
 
Mass Maritime Athletes Keep Games in Their Place
Last Updated: 10/8/2010
Student-athletes at Massachusetts Maritime twice in the last month exhibited sportsmanship in ways that spoke volumes about their character, their training and the life skills they are learning.
 
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