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Report: Haith to face NCAA ethics charge

Story: http://tinyurl.com/b7du7rk Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith is expected to be charged with unethical conduct after an ...youtube.com
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Ethics on the basketball court - The Lead

When Faith Baptist played Grinnel on the basketball court last November, Grinnel's Jack Taylor shot an NCAA-record 138 points as his team went on to win 179-104. Was their star a hero blessed by God or did the winning ...
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Santa Clara : SCU Athletics Co-Hosts 4th Annual Sports Law and Ethics Symposium

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National Association of Basketball Coaches Code of Ethics - NABC

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The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the professional organization for coaches of men's basketball teams in the United States, is taking a strong leadership position at this time to develop a code of ethical conduct.


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Kelly Joey Seay's curator insight, September 14, 2014 8:02 PM

This is great for anybody trying to become a basketball coach and what it takes to become a coach with the right ethics. 

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Modern Gladiator Audience - A Question of Football Ethics

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Is it ethical to watch a sport that causes its participants serious injury, some with life long consequences including chronic traumatic encephalopathy and other severe brain injuries that lead to potential homicidal mania, early ...
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John Rocker Is Wrong Again — Steroids Don’t Make Sports Better | NYU Program on Sports & Society

John Rocker Is Wrong Again — Steroids Don’t Make Sports Better | NYU Program on Sports & Society | Sport Ethics: Woods, R. | Scoop.it
John Rocker Is Wrong Again — Steroids Don’t Make Sports Better: “About 13 years ago, Rocker told a Spo... http://t.co/a1Oj8Zml97 #NYUSSP
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College Football Needs PR (And an Ethics Refresher) | Flack Me

College Football Needs PR (And an Ethics Refresher) | Flack Me | Sport Ethics: Woods, R. | 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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This is an article about The Ohio State 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 .