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Notre Dame Stands By Star Football Player Manti Te'o — And ...

Notre Dame Stands By Star Football Player Manti Te'o — And ... | Sports Ethics: Jurgensen, S. | Scoop.it
We have previously discussed how football programs warp the academic mission and ethics of universities. This appears to be ..... And yes, sports fans, there are people who consider football the little stuff.
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Bad Sportsmanship? Indiana Girls Basketball Team Blows Out ...

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A brutal blowout in an Indiana girls basketball game has sparked a sportsmanship controversy. On Tuesday night, Bloomington South High School demolished Arlington High School 107-2. The Indianapolis Star reports that ...
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Stan Musial, epitome of good hitting and good sportsmanship, dies at 92 - Washington Post

Stan Musial, epitome of good hitting and good sportsmanship, dies at 92 - Washington Post | Sports Ethics: Jurgensen, S. | Scoop.it
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Stan Musial, epitome of good hitting and good sportsmanship, dies at 92
Washington Post
Stan “the Man” Musial, one of Major League Baseball's most prolific hitters and a model of good sportsmanship during his Hall of Fame career with the St.
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The Ethics of College Sports | NYU Program on Sports & Society

The Ethics of College Sports | NYU Program on Sports & Society | Sports Ethics: Jurgensen, S. | Scoop.it
Jason Aron is a producer of creative content for the NYU Sports and Society Program. He holds an M.S. in Sports Business from NYU. Leave A Response ». Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Email (required) Website ...
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After long labor standoff, NHL players finally back on ice

After long labor standoff, NHL players finally back on ice | Sports Ethics: Jurgensen, S. | Scoop.it
NHL players opened their regular season Saturday -- three months later than planned, thanks to a sometimes bitter labor standoff. (NHL begins season 3 months late: After being on ice for several more months than planned, National Hockey League...
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Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: “Step Up”

Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: “Step Up” | Sports Ethics: Jurgensen, S. | Scoop.it
Think about the metaphor for a moment: step up. It places the person on a step, a place, even a plateau. The notion specifies that the athlete or professional exists at a particular level of performance on an upward climb.
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LOOK: Honest Runner Intentionally Loses Race

LOOK: Honest Runner Intentionally Loses Race | Sports Ethics: Jurgensen, S. | Scoop.it
A Spanish runner has shown the world that sometimes, just sometimes, winning isn't everything. Last month, Spanish athlete Ivan Fernandez Anaya impressed the world by giving up victory to do the right thing.
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Runner Carries Fallen Competitor to the Finish Line of the 3200 Meter at State Track Meet

A West Liberty-Salem runner helps carry a struggling Arlington runner who collapsed just short of the finish line at the DIII 3200 meter race at the OHSAA state track meet at Jesse Owens Stadium in Columbus on June 2, 2012.
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Lance Armstrong's victims unmoved by television doping confession - The Guardian

Lance Armstrong's victims unmoved by television doping confession - The Guardian | Sports Ethics: Jurgensen, S. | Scoop.it
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Lance Armstrong's former team-mates and associates gave the disgraced cyclist's confession a response that was at best lukewarm.
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