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Biggest Sports Scandals in Sports History. - Page 6 of 11 Sporteology

Biggest Sports Scandals in Sports History. - Page 6 of 11 Sporteology | The Inner Voice; Ethics and Morals in Sports | Scoop.it
Biggest Sports Scandals, Athletes in History Who Brakes the “spirit of sportsmanship”. controversial or Unfair Decisions frustrated the Sports Lovers. - Page 6
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Here is a list of some of the biggest sports scandals in sports history, although over the past two years there are quite a few more we could add to this list. 

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And He Said, 'I've Damaged a Lot of Kids'

And He Said, 'I've Damaged a Lot of Kids' | The Inner Voice; Ethics and Morals in Sports | Scoop.it
To date, the National Alliance for Youth Sports has trained more than 3 million volunteer adults who act as coaches in youth sports programs across America through the National Youth Sports Coaches Association.
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Ole Miss win at Bama in 1988 led to throwing bricks, scaling walls | NCAA Football | Sporting News

Ole Miss win at Bama in 1988 led to throwing bricks, scaling walls | NCAA Football | Sporting News | The Inner Voice; Ethics and Morals in Sports | Scoop.it
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Amari Cooper says Pacman Jones shouldn’t be suspended for ripping his helmet off | For The Win

Amari Cooper says Pacman Jones shouldn’t be suspended for ripping his helmet off | For The Win | The Inner Voice; Ethics and Morals in Sports | Scoop.it
'We were just playing physical. I should’ve been playing physical.'
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Patriots Scandal Continues Long Debate Over Sports Ethics - The New York Times

Patriots Scandal Continues Long Debate Over Sports Ethics - The New York Times | The Inner Voice; Ethics and Morals in Sports | Scoop.it
The “Deflategate” inquiry involving the Patriots is a reminder that athletes in almost every pursuit cheat or practice its fraternal twin, gamesmanship.
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Of course we needed to talk about the biggest football scandal to date: Deflatgate. Do all athletes cheat? Was deflating the footballs really against regulations? Did Tom Brady deserve to be suspended? Depending on your favorite team you answer may vary, but what is the fair decision?

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Nevada bans UFC's Nick Diaz 5 years for marijuana

Nevada bans UFC's Nick Diaz 5 years for marijuana | The Inner Voice; Ethics and Morals in Sports | Scoop.it
The Nevada State Athletic Commission suspended UFC welterweight Nick Diaz for five years on Monday because of the third marijuana-related offense of his career.
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High school cheerleaders defend controversial 9/11 routine | For The Win

Lumberton High School in Texas is coming under some severe criticism after video emerged of the school's cheerleading squad performing to the sounds of 9/11.
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I find it hard to see how this video/ routine could possibly come under attack. The nation as a whole does many things to commemorate 9/11, why should these athletes be any different?
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Study of past academic fraud cases suggests NCAA will go easy on UNC | News & Observer

Two prominent NCAA critics have published a study that suggests the association holds back on serious punishment for men’s basketball and football programs at top colleges when it comes to academic fraud.
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NCAA playing favorites for large money making schools? These two critics say yes! Study found that serious infractions of academic fraud at larger schools in the more popular sports are not being held to the same standards or punishment as other smaller programs.
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