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When it comes to ethical behavior, college football has it all over politics

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George O'Leary's resume wasn't 100 percent truthful. He didn't last a week at Notre Dame. A senate candidate's claim on her heritage doesn't appear to hold water, yet she's still running for office. What's going on here?

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Episode 19 – Coaching Ethics - The Football Coaching Podcast

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Coach Daniel and Coach Albaugh are back with a new podcast discussing a very sensitive topic, Coaching Ethics. What is right and what is wrong in coaching? Some coaches seem to approach the game with a “Win at All ...

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Gary M's curator insight, November 3, 2014 3:08 PM

This is a lengthy article entry, but it is honest!  I do admire the truthfulness, as well as the broad topics that they cover.  It is more of an opinionated posting, but it is real.

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

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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.

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John Wooden: Coaching for people, not points

With profound simplicity, Coach John Wooden redefines success and urges us all to pursue the best in ourselves. 

 

In this inspiring talk he shares the advice he gave his players at UCLA, quotes poetry and remembers his father's wisdom.


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Notre Dame's Brian Kelly carries on tradition of snake-oil coaches - Chicago Sun-Times

Notre Dame's Brian Kelly carries on tradition of snake-oil coaches - Chicago Sun-Times | Sports Ethics and Coaching football | Scoop.it
Notre Dame's Brian Kelly carries on tradition of snake-oil coaches
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Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly talks to Robby Toma during the first half of the BCS National Championship college football game against Alabama Monday, Jan.
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Code of Ethics for Football Coaches

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Code Of Ethics For Football Coaches. A code of ethics for football coaches is very much at the forefront in youth football, and often comes into play at the high school level as well.

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To Run or Not to Run | Sportsmanship Blog

To Run or Not to Run | Sportsmanship Blog | Sports Ethics and Coaching football | Scoop.it
This all raises some interesting ethical questions about what kind of tactics a coach is allowed to use to motivate his/her team. Just about anyone who's ever played high school sports has probably at some point been made to ...

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Adults behaving badly at youth sporting events is unacceptable and needs to stop | Deseret News

Adults behaving badly at youth sporting events is unacceptable and needs to stop | Deseret News | Sports Ethics and Coaching football | Scoop.it
According to the old adage, it isn't whether you win or lose; it's how you play the game.

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Calvin Adams's curator insight, April 6, 2013 2:24 PM

This is a prime example of what kids today emulate. If the parents are doing it, then why is it not for the children?

Adam Odell's curator insight, July 20, 2014 3:12 PM

Coaching ethics not only comes from the coach but also comes from the first coach an individual has that is their parents. Parents should also be within the guidelines of Ethics and morals in sports and in life.

David Foster's curator insight, April 27, 2015 8:01 AM

A great article of how not act as a coach, parent, or player. It is up to the management to ensure that all ethical behavior is being followed and kept honorable.

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Code of ethics for rude parents - Times LIVE

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Code of ethics for rude parents
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A girls' primary school in Bloemfontein has adopted a code of ethics for parents to be applied at all sports events, the Beeld reported yesterday.
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