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Pennsylvania senate to keep Penn State NCAA fines in-state

Pennsylvania senate to keep Penn State NCAA fines in-state

Sports and Society Administrator January 31, 2013 0

The Pennsylvania Senate is on the verge of passing a bill that would ensure that the $60 million fine imposed on Penn State University in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal

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Missouri passes tax incentives for amateur sports

Missouri passes tax incentives for amateur sports

Sports and Society Administrator January 31, 2013 0

The Missouri state legislature is passing a tax credit bill to lure big amateur sporting events back into the state for the influx of revenue that they bring. This is analogous to the trend

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Ed Reed Says Head Injuries May Not Be So Serious

Ed Reed Says Head Injuries May Not Be So Serious

Sports and Society Administrator January 31, 2013 0

With the Super Bowl taking place in New Orleans this weekend, there has been much talk about the recurring head injury issues in the NFL. In an interview, Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports reports

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Arthur Miller & Art Caplan – The Not So Super Bowl

Arthur Miller & Art Caplan – The Not So Super Bowl

Sports and Society Administrator January 30, 2013 1

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Make no mistakes, the sport is under attack.

Make no mistakes, the sport is under attack.

Sports and Society Administrator January 30, 2013 0

By: Robert Boland | National Football Post January 29, 2013 There have been increasing indications that the game of football is being politicized, turned into a wedge issue by various factions. When President Barack

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Lee Igel on Lance Armstrong – Radio Interview

Lee Igel on Lance Armstrong – Radio Interview

Sports and Society Administrator January 30, 2013 0

Our very own Lee Igel appeared on CJOB Radio in Canada to discuss the Lance Armstrong situation

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Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures as Athletes Turn to Faulty PEDS

Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures as Athletes Turn to Faulty PEDS

Arthur Caplan January 30, 2013 0

  What do antler horn extract and pyramid stickers have in common?  Apparently they are both being peddled to college and professional athletes as “alternatives” to performance enhancing drugs. One might be tempted to

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Ticket Stubs: A Relic of the Past

Ticket Stubs: A Relic of the Past

Sports and Society Administrator January 29, 2013 0

By Tracee Hamilton | Washington Post Published: January 25 With the rise of smartphones and electronic downloads ticket stubs are a thing of the past. While there are certainly conveniences to the new ticketing

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Alex Rodriguez and Other Stars Linked to Recent Use of PED’s

Alex Rodriguez and Other Stars Linked to Recent Use of PED’s

Sports and Society Administrator January 29, 2013 0

By Tim Elfrink | Miami New Times Thursday, Jan 31 2013 A list of athletes who reportedly visited Biogenesis, a company linked to the sales of performance enhancing drugs, has been leaked. Some of

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Dodgers Agree to $7-8 Billion TV Deal

Dodgers Agree to $7-8 Billion TV Deal

Sports and Society Administrator January 29, 2013 0

By Evan Peaslee | NextSportStar.com January 28, 2013 The Los Angeles Dodgers and Time Warner Cable have agreed to a television deal that is reportedly worth between $7-8 billion over the next 25 years.

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