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Nonrevenue sports could 'lose' if NCAA amateurism ends - Salt Lake Tribune

Nonrevenue sports could 'lose' if NCAA amateurism ends - Salt Lake Tribune | Ethics in Coaching and Sport Management | Scoop.it
Christian Science Monitor Nonrevenue sports could 'lose' if NCAA amateurism ends Salt Lake Tribune Manning says revenues from Utah's success and move to the Pac-12 have helped his team in recent years, and that when the football and men's...
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Colts Coaching Philosophy

Listen as Tony Dungy describes the way his team goes about their business to achieve goals both on and off the football field.
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How the recent ruling against NCAA could help NBA raise age limit ...

How the recent ruling against NCAA could help NBA raise age limit ... | Ethics in Coaching and Sport Management | Scoop.it
First thing's first: the NBA Draft age minimum is a bad, selfish policy. It essentially forces 18-year-olds into an often gross college recruiting process and delays their entrance into the proper workforce solely to the benefit of ...
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High school graduates are able to enter the workforce, so why is the NBA continuously trying to up the minimum age in its league. I believe that the NBA's stance is one that is right. Although few will opt to remain in school beyond their first or second year - the NBA views this time as beneficial to player development, but beneficial to the athlete's personal development as well.

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Miami self-imposes second straight bowl ban

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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Miami officials said Monday that the university is making what it called an "unprecedented decision" to self-impose a postseason ban for the second straight year, ending any chance of the Hurricanes playing in either the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game or a bowl.

 

Just like last year, Miami's decision was made with regard to the status of the ongoing NCAA investigation into the school's compliance practices. The inquiry began in 2011 after a former booster went public with allegations that he provided dozens of athletes and recruits with extra benefits such as cash and gifts.

 

By sitting out again, Miami -- which still has not been presented with its notice of allegations from the NCAA -- is hoping to lessen the hit of any looming sanctions that could be handed down when the investigation ends. Schools often self-impose penalties with hope that the NCAA takes those measures into account when doling out punishment.

 

The ACC champion goes to the Discover Orange Bowl, and Miami's decision effectively ends the Coastal race. Georgia Tech will play Atlantic Division winner Florida State in Charlotte, N.C., on Dec. 1 for the conference title and automatic BCS spot.

 

Miami clearly hopes that a pair of postseason bans, especially when the Hurricanes still had a chance at a Bowl Championship Series berth this year, helps its cause with the NCAA. Whenever the process ends, sanctions against the football and men's basketball programs are expected, with penalties likely to include probation terms and scholarship reductions.

 

The university said interim athletic director Blake James informed the team of the decision Monday morning. University president Donna Shalala and the school's legal counsel were also involved in the decision.

 

"Considerable deliberation and discussion based on the status of the NCAA inquiry went into the decision-making process and, while acknowledging the impact that the decision will have on current student-athletes, coaches, alumni and fans, a determination was made that voluntarily withholding the football team from a second postseason was not only a prudent step for the University to take but will also allow for the football program and University to move forward in the most expedited manner possible," said the university's statement.

 

It continued, "The University and President Shalala have been clear from the start of the inquiry that Miami will cooperate fully and will seek the truth, no matter where the path might lead and that the institution will be stronger because of it. The University has already taken proactive measures to ensure more strict compliance with NCAA rules and continues to evaluate further steps."

 

On Saturday, after the Hurricanes (6-5) became bowl-eligible with a 40-9 win over South Florida, Miami coach Al Golden raved about how his team handled what has seemed like a never-ending amount of adversity.

 

"Come at me. Bury me all you want. Attack me all you want," Golden said. "These kids who have stuck it out, who have stayed here, who have never gotten one week in two years without hearing about all this nonsense, don't blame them. And I appreciate all those kids that not only stayed here, but those guys that answered the bell, that answered the call to come here and fix this. And we will get it fixed."

 

It's the first time since the 1981 and 1982 seasons that Miami will go consecutive years without a bowl trip. In 1983, the Hurricanes won the school's first of five national championships.

 

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To ban one's self from contending for national championships set the right precedence. It teaches its student-athletes that honesty and integrity are the best policies.

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NCAA loses massive O'Bannon trial, but not by much. Full ruling ...

NCAA loses massive O'Bannon trial, but not by much. Full ruling ... | Ethics in Coaching and Sport Management | Scoop.it
The decision went against the NCAA in what could be a major step for college athletics reform. So what's next, and what exactly does this mean?
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John Wooden: Philosophy of Coaching/Leading

To view the complete video: https://dod.org/dod2338.html Greatly admired by all who knew him, Coach John Wooden demonstrated what it means to live a Christia...
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Cheering At Your Childs Sports Events

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08/07/2013 | Exercise , Room to Grow | by Catherine Godiva
Over the last few years there have been many news reports about a parent or parents that have gotten too 'emotionally involved' with cheering for their child at their child's sporting event.
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Good coaching is good teaching

Great teachers who share their knowledge to shape minds and inspire students to give their best are at the heart of any university.


With unique behind-the-scenes footage of practice sessions, games and personal one-on-one interaction between USF's head coaches and their student-athletes, "Teacher" attempts to show viewers the bond that is developed between a coach and student-athletes.


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Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel: NCAA Student-Athletic Academic Reform Web Clip (HBO Sports)

Subscribe to HBO Sports: http://itsh.bo/10qIJDl Real Sports investigates who is responsible for enabling student-athletes with elementary educations to gradu...
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The enabling of premiere student-athletes to do the bare minimum (education-wise) in order to obtain the very most (professionally) is an issue that must be addressed with collegiate coaches, athletic directors and the universities themselves.

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NCAA seeks clarification prior to appeal of O'Bannon case - USA TODAY

NCAA seeks clarification prior to appeal of O'Bannon case - USA TODAY | Ethics in Coaching and Sport Management | Scoop.it
USA TODAY NCAA seeks clarification prior to appeal of O'Bannon case USA TODAY The NCAA said Sunday morning it will appeal last week's ruling on the Ed O'Bannon images and likenesses lawsuit, and in the early hours of Monday morning, it took its...
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