Sports Ethics: Lester M.
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No doubt athletic excellence is at high level all the time. Ethics are important to sport due to the fact that Sports Ethics is ethical considerations leading to fair play in all sport activity, sport policy and management.
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The whole story on Georgia’s new D-line coach, Chris Wilson

The whole story on Georgia’s new D-line coach, Chris Wilson | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
ATHENS — Chris Wilson can say this about his new gig at Georgia – it’s not complicated.
That couldn’t be said for the situation he just left. At Mississippi State, Wilson was co-defensive coordinator the past three seasons.
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UGA makes it official: Chris Wilson hired as D-line coach

UGA makes it official: Chris Wilson hired as D-line coach | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
ATHENS – As I reported a few of days ago, Georgia targeted Chris Wilson, co-defensive coordinator at Mississippi State the past three seasons, as its new defensive line coach.
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QB Aaron Murray explains his decision to remain at Georgia

QB Aaron Murray explains his decision to remain at Georgia | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
ATHENS – Aaron Murray said he knew he wanted to return to Georgia for his senior season “as soon as the clock hit zero” in the SEC Championship game. The rest of the time he spent validating in his head what was already in his heart.
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Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn: “I’ve Had a Feeling that There Might Be Some More Twists and Turns”

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn: “I’ve Had a Feeling that There Might Be Some More Twists and Turns” | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
It was a sad day Monday in Seattle as fans and the community there found out that the city would not be getting an NBA team back.
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Brookdale Community College fires athletic director, saying he violate ethics code

Brookdale Community College fires athletic director, saying he violate ethics code | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
School officials accused Frank Lawrence of improperly handling cash and deposits; paying himself money he shouldn't have received and creating discrepancies in documentation and payments for students who worked at a scholastic tournament...

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JRock's curator insight, October 16, 2013 6:53 PM

Can you please do your job!

Renee Seruntine's curator insight, May 15, 2014 2:19 PM

An athletic director was fired for not displaying ethical values in the handling of money transactions.  He was wrongfully taking money for himself and not paying others for work they had done.  The workplace does not tolerate those without ethics. 

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Disgraced Garfield athletic director sues over firing

Disgraced Garfield athletic director sues over firing | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it

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Review: 2013 Panini Score Football

Review: 2013 Panini Score Football | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
Score football is back from Panini and it is really bringing a different vibe to the product after years of the same set up. This year, Panini has stepped up the product big time so there is definitely a comparable difference compared to past years.
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Applesauce and Air Jordans: Former Jazz ball boy looks to cash in on ‘flu game’ paraphernalia

Applesauce and Air Jordans: Former Jazz ball boy looks to cash in on ‘flu game’ paraphernalia | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
Michael Jordan’s legendary “flu game” has many interpretations, and former Utah Jazz ball boy Preston Truman is adding his story to the many tales.
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John Amaechi on Jason Collins: “He Knew all the Implications from the Very Beginning. He Deserves Great Credit”

John Amaechi on Jason Collins: “He Knew all the Implications from the Very Beginning. He Deserves Great Credit” | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
NBA veteran Jason Collins revealed to the world on Monday that he is a gay professional athlete. The big announcement came on Sports Illustrated’s website.
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Andy Reid “Had to Laugh” at Rumors the Eagles Stole Matt Barkley from the Chiefs

Andy Reid “Had to Laugh” at Rumors the Eagles Stole Matt Barkley from the Chiefs | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
Andy Reid coached the Philadelphia Eagles for 14 years, and he can’t seem to escape his former team.
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Wareham athletic money missing, AD fired | SouthCoastToday.com

WAREHAM — The high school athletic director has been fired in the wake of an investigation that confirmed money from athletic ticket sales had been stolen, school officials said.

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JRock's curator insight, October 18, 2013 9:52 PM

Are you serious?

Dana Black's curator insight, December 9, 2013 10:54 AM

A situation similar to this happened in the county I live in. My 9th grade science teacher, who had become an Assistant Principle and Athletic Director at a local high school was found to have been embezzling money from the sports team's accounts as well as from 2 neighborhood community associations in which he owned property.

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On the Edge of Sports Ethics: Professor Studies Questionable Plays ...

On the Edge of Sports Ethics: Professor Studies Questionable Plays ... | Sports Ethics: Lester M. | Scoop.it
FARGO, N.D. – Should a coach order a player to “attack” a pre-existing injury of the top scorer on the other team? In North Dakota, 5.6 percent of high school coaches in a North Dakota State University study said yes.
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