The association stripped the former UMass tennis player and her teammates of 49 victories because of a $504 accounting error. Why?
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She was a volleyball star with a bright future in the sport, until blows to her head changed everything
Patrick Hruby
From Victor the human-wrestling bear to the teacup-flipping Red Panda, the whos, hows, whys, whens and what-the-bleeps of NBA halftime shows.
Patrick Hruby
As America liberalizes its cannabis laws, professional sports leagues are following suit.
Patrick Hruby
Coverage that focuses purely on emotional conflicts and who's winning impoverishes our democracy and obscures the real, important issues at play
Patrick Hruby
A new study shows Power Five football continues to lack diversity at its top tier coaching positions. Here's why—and what can be done about it.
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The quest to detect the degenerative brain disease CTE in the living and what it could mean for football’s concussion crisis
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Former Princeton runner Russell Dinkins on how efforts to save men's track at Brown, Minnesota, and William & Mary reflect larger racial inequities in …
Patrick Hruby
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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