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Bloomsburg Soccer Coach Wants to Red Card Cancer
Last Updated: 9/27/2010
Bloomsburg men’s soccer coach Paul Payne is giving cancer a red card.
Marc Buoniconti Paralyzed on the Field, but Not in Life
Last Updated: 9/27/2010
Marc Buoniconti never sits in his dreams. He runs at top speed instead. Or he plays football. Or makes love.
Students are Unaware of Usage of Fees; Athletics a Low Priority
Last Updated: 9/27/2010
When Katherine Ott completed her master's thesis on student fees at the University of Toledo during the 2008-09 school year, she discovered that her fellow students knew relatively little about how these mandatory charges were being used to help underwrite the school's athletics program.
Two States Require Fee Disclosure, but Athletics Charges Can be Buried
Last Updated: 9/27/2010
Virginia and Tennessee are distinct in having state laws requiring public colleges to disclose how they spend student activity fees. But many schools in those states are making it difficult for students and their parents to know how much of their fee money is going to intercollegiate athletics.
How Student Fees Boost College Sports Amid Rising Budgets
Last Updated: 9/27/2010
Linda Randall says her daughter, Randi-Lyn, a student at Radford University in southwestern Virginia, is not a "die-hard" follower of the Highlanders sports teams.
The College Football Helmet Has Come a Long Way
Last Updated: 9/29/2010
Today’s college football helmet got its start more than 100 years ago, when a player back in the age of “bare-headed” football was warned that one more inadvertent kick to his cranium might leave him senseless, or worse.
House Committee Hears Testimony on Concussions
Last Updated: 9/24/2010
Doctors told lawmakers Thursday that student-athletes risk altered lives and permanent brain damage if schools don't protect them from the effects of blows to the head.
Centers: The Unsung Heroes of Football
Last Updated: 9/21/2010
Jesse Boone was not born a center. In fact, he was nowhere near the interior of the offensive line until he sent his highlight tape to different colleges.
Alabama Senior Overcomes Seizures, Brain Surgery for Football
Last Updated: 9/21/2010
Chandler Roberds started having epileptic seizures at age 13. The UMS-Wright football player had brain surgery 18 months ago and has now taken the field for the Bulldogs.
High School Stars Dive Into Yoga
Last Updated: 9/21/2010
One day it's Student Body Right, the next it's Downward Facing Dog.
NC State AD Debbie Yow Has a Simple Philosophy on Sports Sponsorship
Last Updated: 9/21/2010
North Carolina State Athletics Director Debbie Yow’s philosophy about sports sponsorship is simple: Comply with the law.
Jobs Becomes Stress Tests for College Football Coaches
Last Updated: 9/21/2010
The heart attack suffered by Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio early Sunday morning had college football coaches around the nation checking their pulses.
Full-Body Lycra, Shoeless Running Emerge on Cross Country Courses
Last Updated: 9/21/2010
Cross-country runners are a very different breed. Training as much as 6-12 miles per day, sometimes starting as early as 6 a.m., cross-country runners embody a work ethic that relies on thankless devotion often overlooked by the general public and their peers.
Football Deaths Raise Questions About Lack of Athletic Trainers
Last Updated: 9/21/2010
It may be some time before we learn what caused the shocking death of West Orange (Texas) High School quarterback Reggie Garrett during his team's victory on Friday night, but we can be sure of one thing: Most schools are ill-equipped to respond to such a situation during many practices and games because most American high schools lack full-time athletic trainers.
Penn State to Play Division I Hockey
Last Updated: 9/19/2010
Major college hockey is coming to Penn State.
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