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The Ride Home | Problems in Youth Sports | Changing the Game Project

The Ride Home | Problems in Youth Sports | Changing the Game Project | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

One of the things that many young athletes say they dislike about sports is the ride home after games. They are emotionally and physically exhausted, yet many parents choose this moment to criticize and critique their performance.

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For NFL, what is the price of integrity?

For NFL, what is the price of integrity? | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

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What is the price of losing your integrity?

 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and the league's owners are being challenged to answer that question on Tuesday after replacement referees affirmed the controversial, last-second touchdown that gave the Seattle Seahawks the win over the Green Bay Packers in Monday night's game.

 

While the call might have shifted up to a $1 billion for gamblers worldwide, there has been little actual cost to the league using replacement referees. Television ratings remain robust and attendance hasn't been impacted while the league continues to negotiate with the referees' union.

 

But just because it isn't easy to pin down an actual cost doesn't mean the league hasn't hurt itself.

 

"The reason why the NFL and other major sports are so popular is because major league sports are seen as a legitimate competition in which strategy and talent will win out and will not be undermined in any way," said Adam Galinsky, the Kaplan Professor of Ethics and Decisions in Management at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. "Legitimacy is what makes people consider the NFL a sport and wrestling an entertainment vehicle..."

 

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The Evolution Of The Athletic Director As The World Gets Smaller - SportTechie

The Evolution Of The Athletic Director As The World Gets Smaller - SportTechie | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

Athletic Director responsibilities are changing, and much of the role’s evolution can be attributed to new expectations around using technology to communicate.

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Under Armour Inc Scores Another Record Quarter: 3 Key Takeaways

Under Armour Inc Scores Another Record Quarter: 3 Key Takeaways | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

Under Armour Inc  reported fourth-quarter and full-year 2015 earnings on January 28 before trading, turning in yet another period of dynamic growth.

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New Technology Reduced Concussions To Zero For Canadian High School Football Team - American Football International

New Technology Reduced Concussions To Zero For Canadian High School Football Team - American Football International | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

For the past five years, the Handsworth Royals high school football team in North Vancouver, B.C. has averaged at least three concussions a season.

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Denver pediatric neuropsychologist: Rewards of youth sports outweigh risks | Youth Football | USA Football | Football's National Governing Body

Denver pediatric neuropsychologist: Rewards of youth sports outweigh risks | Youth Football | USA Football | Football's National Governing Body | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

RT @MonarchYouthFB: Denver pediatric neuropsychologist: Rewards of youth sports outweigh risks https://t.co/T81ut2nNsk

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Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Lying & Deception in Athletic Competition

Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Lying & Deception in Athletic Competition | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

deception in sports, lying in sports, cheating in sports, pattern recognition, game rules & deception.


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phil sze's curator insight, November 20, 2016 2:36 PM

The pressure to compete at any level is so rampant that some times, cutting corners are they route many athletes will be driven towards in order to get the edge on their competition. When coaches are so hard pressed to win a game, there are athletes that will decide to play dirty and cheat whenever possible. The honor of playing the right way should be valuable to any athlete in any game.  As long as each athlete goes out and tries their hardest, they should have fun playing the right way.

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The Four Most Underrated Duties in Facility Management - CrowdComfort

The Four Most Underrated Duties in Facility Management - CrowdComfort | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

Facility Management deals with a lot of unsung job responsibilities, so let's take some time and shed some light on the top four. Read more here. 

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Bills hire NFL's first full-time female assistant coach

Bills hire NFL's first full-time female assistant coach | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

Bills hire NFL's first full-time female assistant coach Dawn Aponte is Miami's executive vice president of football administration, and has been involved in the front offices of the Dolphins, Jets, Browns and the NFL for 25 years.

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Sports Nutrition for the High School Athlete

Sports Nutrition for the High School Athlete | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

Even though most high school athletes feel as though their diet is sufficient in quality and caloric value, this session from the 2015 NSCA National Conference explains that high school athletes usually do not meet their caloric needs to support...

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The Ride Home | Problems in Youth Sports | Changing the Game Project

The Ride Home | Problems in Youth Sports | Changing the Game Project | Sports Management: Kennington, B. | Scoop.it

One of the things that many young athletes say they dislike about sports is the ride home after games. They are emotionally and physically exhausted, yet many parents choose this moment to criticize and critique their performance.

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