The organization in charge of college sports vigorously governs amateurism. But health and safety is another story
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As the coronavirus surges in the United States, the league's planned Orlando restart might make more sense Down Under
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Public health historian Kathleen Bachynski on the parallels between refusing to wear goalie masks in hockey and face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic
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As schools scramble to save amateurism from impending legal doom, fans of the beloved and discontinued EA Sports franchise continue to pay the price
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Emory University epidemiologist Zach Binney on MLB's Arizona plan, UFC's fight island, and the challenges of restarting sports during the coronavirus p…
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Reporter Steve Berkowitz on how USA TODAY Sports covers the booming business of campus coaching incentive payments
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How much longer can the service academies sponsor a sport that causes brain damage?
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When it comes to stadium welfare, cities now have the leverage
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Memphis basketball star James Wiseman's $11,500 amateurism penalty is the tip of the iceberg
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Runner and sports historian Victoria Jackson on Nike's Oregon Project, Alberto Salazar, and abusive coaching
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A lawyer who beat the association in court explains how the college hoops star and his school can do the same
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Whites are less likely than African-Americans to support college athletes profiting from their names, images, and likenesses
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