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College Football Needs PR (And an Ethics Refresher) | Flack Me

College Football Needs PR (And an Ethics Refresher) | Flack Me | ethics in sports | Scoop.it

Let me start this post by first saying that I am a proud graduate of The Ohio State University. You can tell I am because I added “The” before the university name (see what I did there?) However, it is no secret that the football powerhouse has recently come across some major issues, causing us to lose our beloved coach and become the center of an NCAA investigation.


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Calvin Folk's curator insight, May 22, 2013 11:15 AM

I am glad to see Ohio State on the right track finally. If they would have followed those ethics back a few years ago they wouldn't have gotten to this place. Lets be honest their problems didn't start with Prior and those other players. It started with Maurice Clarrette and proably even before him. But Ohio State is good at covering up stuff , just like most schools in the Country. Believe me they are not the only ones doing dirt out there. The NCAA should have handled Clarrette and Ohio State back then and set an example. They didn't and look what happen. These type of ethics these schools live by will eventually catch up them . These power house schools like Ohio State think they are excused from the rules because they bring so much money in and have huge fan bases. Well they can only hide so long before it all comes crashing down .

Raffeal T. Woods's curator insight, July 14, 2013 9:05 PM

This is an article about The Ohio State NCAA investigation.

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Ethics in Athletic Training

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Ethics In Athletic Training. Athletic trainers work in a variety of settings and interact with a variety of athletes. During treatment, rehabilitation and training, the athletic trainers are often faced with opportunities to commit unethical acts.

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ahmed ben kamagate's curator insight, April 13, 2014 3:19 AM

athletic trainers aren't just on the sideline there also physical therapy facilities and rehab 

Taylor Labar's curator insight, May 14, 2014 10:25 AM

Being in the athletic training field, gives many opportunities for someone to commit unethical acts. Depending on where you work, some schools or athletic programs will allow for some unethical things to happen. It is up to you to decide whether you can live with those decisions if you chose to look the other way.

 

Norm Densley's curator insight, November 12, 2014 8:30 PM

Remember the days when a coach would tell an athlete to "suck it up and get back out there"?

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Motivational Coach

Here is a perfect example of how a coach can help push you through you own limiting beliefs.

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Code of Ethics

Code of Ethics for Coaches  The Ethics Code for Coaches is intended to provide standards of professional conduct. This code is intended to provide general principles to cover most situations...

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COACHING ETHICS - Remembering what 's important!

COACHING ETHICS - Remembering what 's important! | ethics in sports | Scoop.it
Coaching Ethics - Coach Long covers the importance of correctly prioritizing what is really important when coaching youth sports. Learn to be a role model for your young kids.

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John G's curator insight, May 19, 2013 9:33 PM

Excellent article. I echo the comments made by Coach Long. Be a positive role model and have fun while your at it.

Brian Candage's curator insight, May 16, 2014 9:29 PM

This article is great for coaches and parents with youth athletes. It really emphasizes what is important to help your kids/athletes be successful in life. Whether they make it pro or not. 

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Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Get Your Act Together

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Sports Ethics: Get Your Act Together. A couple months ago I read a story where Maria Sharapova at the U.S. Open (please don't ask why I follow stories about Maria Sharapova). She had fallen behind in a match and during a ...

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Jason Cain's curator insight, March 16, 2014 1:23 PM

Seems to be a positive way to influence a player during a game. Then once the game is over be more specific about what needs to be fixed. Get your act together can be a coaches way of focusing an athlete without adding stress to an already stressful situation during a game. 

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The Unwritten Rules of Personal Training by Thomas Plummer

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The Unwritten Rules of Personal Training by Thomas Plummer. by Ryan Hogan | Thursday, October 04, 2012. This week we stumbled upon a blog post written by acclaimed international fitness business consultant and FILEX 2012 presenter ...

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IDEA Code of Ethics for Personal Trainers

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a. Remember that a personal trainer’s primary responsibility is to the client’s safety, health and welfare; never compromise this responsibility for your own self-interest, personal advantage or monetary gain.

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Iowa High School Football Program Considers Prohibiting Running As Punishment; Coach Says 'Youth Sports In Trouble' Despite Danger

Iowa High School Football Program Considers Prohibiting Running As Punishment; Coach Says 'Youth Sports In Trouble' Despite Danger | ethics in sports | Scoop.it
The practice of coaches disciplining their teams by making them run is as old as sport itself. Now, the time-honored punishment is under attack after some say coaches in an Iowa school district went too far.

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Jason Cain's curator insight, March 16, 2014 12:59 PM

This is a form of punishment that happens quiet often. Many times because it is a quick solution at the moment to the problem. Although, it accomplishes nothing. I know of softball pitchers that had to run if they walked the first batter and on their performance of pitching. What did this accomplish? Nothing, but putting pressure on a pitcher to perform and many times this had a negative effect.

Manuel Barnett's curator insight, May 18, 2014 10:49 PM

The punishment should fit the crime, if there really was one, this is were personal ethics, due to being the head coach of the varsity team and the low morals surrounding it,  get in the way of being professional. This can ruin a coach if they don't keep their heads on strait and keep a cool head at the same time.