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Denny Dressman

Black History Month's Glaring Omission

Denny Dressman | February 8, 2016 | Black Voices
At a time when lunch counter sit-ins were met with insults and abuse, peaceful protest marches provoked fire hoses and snarling police dogs, Eddie Robinson urged Grambling athletes and students to go to class, get an education, and be ready for change.
Rhett Grametbauer

Super Bowl L: Worst in History

Rhett Grametbauer | February 8, 2016 | Sports
Super Bowl L was a walk-off performance by everyone involved, except for the defense for each team. They should've stuck around and possibly tried to play offense as well. They couldn't do much worse.
Malaika Bobino

Broncos Stun Panthers to Win Super Bowl

Malaika Bobino | February 8, 2016 | Sports
This night couldn't have been scripted any better. A team that dominated during the regular season comes in with all the buzz and stats to complete their season with a win.
Anya

6 Lessons We Can Learn About Sportsmanship From Cam Newton

Anya "Yaya" Reed | February 8, 2016 | Sports
Whether it be getting that big promotion or signing a huge client, you want to shout it to the world, but this is where celebrating with grace comes in handy. While we are on cloud nine after coming out victorious, there's probably someone else on the losing side.
Dr. Jim Taylor

A Sports Dad's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Great Day

Dr. Jim Taylor | February 8, 2016 | Sports
What you are about to read is based on a true story. And apologies in advance for its length. I had a feeling that the other weekend wasn't going to go as planned. My wife, Sarah, had just left for ten days in Cambodia, so I was on full-time parenting...
David Macaray

Two Words if Manning Decides to Retire: Good Riddance

David Macaray | February 8, 2016 | Sports
So best of luck in retirement to Peyton. No one deserves being in the Hall of Fame more than Peyton Manning does. He was a class act on the field. As for the classiness of "Manning Rules," we'll leave that to others to decide.
Mark Goulston, M.D.

Blake Griffin's 'Fantasy' Mea Culpa on Steroids

Mark Goulston, M.D. | February 8, 2016 | Sports
Let's realize that Blake Griffin's punching of Clippers assistant equipment staff manager, Matias Testi, was egregious but not evil. Griffin is not an evil person, just someone with poor impulse and anger control.
Malcolm Friedberg

Super Bowl Wrap

Malcolm Friedberg | February 8, 2016 | Sports
I was able to get two tickets to the game, which left me choosing between my 15-year-old son, my dad, my brother and several close friends. After thinking about it, I decided to go with the person who needed it most.
Peter V. Emerson

Fantasies About Fantasy Sports: Imagined Fictions Versus Science Guided Facts

Peter V. Emerson | February 7, 2016 | Sports
Because there is almost no research available to describe the social, economic, health and other consequences associated with fantasy sports, whether seasonal or accelerated, the first step is to construct research to investigate the pattern, practices and psychology associated with fantasy sports.
Alicia Jessop

Super Bowl 50's Biggest Winners Aren't The Teams, But Brands And Fans

Alicia Jessop | February 8, 2016 | Sports
Believe it or not, the biggest face-off during Super Bowl 50 isn't between Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos and Cam Newton's Carolina Panthers, but amongst the businesses squaring away in the Bay Area during Super Bowl week's festivities. With over 114 million people tuning in to watch the Super...
Robert Moran

#SB50: SpectacL Past, Present and Future

Robert Moran | February 7, 2016 | Sports
The Super Bowl is a 21st Century American spectacle echoing the ancient, Roman tradition of combat games in the Coliseum or annual sporting events in the Circus Maximus. It allows us to look back and forward at the same time. But, let's look at the NOW first. Before Super...
Stephanie Rector

How to Save a Life in the Time It Takes to Watch the Super Bowl

Stephanie Rector | February 7, 2016 | Women
Not all of us are lucky enough to breathe freely during the holidays, on Super Bowl Sunday, and every other day of the year. The victims of domestic violence in communities across the U.S. deserve legal assistance so that to ensure they are safe and secure.
Manteo Mitchell

It's More Than Running

Manteo Mitchell | February 8, 2016 | Sports
I want to start by saying hello. This is my FIRST blog! I am excited to give you all a peek into my life both on and of the track. Here we go.... After a really tough training session out at the track on Friday afternoon, some thoughts surfaced....
Kevin Hirten

Undercover Video Raises Questions: Did Seattle Seahawks Chiropractor Have Business Link With Individuals in Al Jazeera Doping Documentary?

Kevin Hirten | February 8, 2016 | Sports
In a recent interview with the New York Times, world-renowned chiropractor Gerry Ramogida claimed that he was shocked by an Al Jazeera investigation into performance enhancing drugs. In the program, several of Ramogida's alleged business partners were exposed, appearing to offer banned drugs to a British athlete. That athlete, Liam Collins, was working undercover for Al Jazeera's Investigative Unit.
James Dorsey

A litmus test for Iran on the world stage: sports and air transport

James Dorsey | February 8, 2016 | Sports
Sports and air transport are likely to serve as indicators of whether Iran has the flexibility to become a major node in an increasingly globalized world. At the core of Iranian efforts to become a global sports and airline hub will be its willingness to relax strict gender segregation, dress codes and its ban on alcohol.
HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein

My Father, the Late King Hussein, and FIFA

HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein | February 6, 2016 | Sports
I reject the notion that FIFA cannot be reformed from within. The crisis at FIFA is a crisis of leadership.
John A. Tures

Why the Worst Stadiums Host the Super Bowls

John A. Tures | February 7, 2016 | Sports
Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, which is hosting the 50th Super Bowl (Super Bowl L), is regarded as one of the worst stadiums in the NFL, if not the worst. So why is it hosting the best game? It's all about rewarding teams with new stadiums, even if they aren't ready to host a Super Bowl.
Sarah Finnie Robinson

Super Bowl Coaches Provide Insights On Star Performance and Teamwork

Sarah Finnie Robinson | February 6, 2016 | Sports
Impressed by this marvelous vision, and surrounded as I am by devoted football fans, coaches, and players in my circle of family and friends, I scored (sorry) some championship advice for you to use and share.
The Conversation US

If Football Is Deadly, Why Do We Still Watch?

The Conversation US | February 6, 2016 | Sports
It was saddening to learn of the latest NFL great to have suffered from the illness, but not shocking. Hall of Famers Frank Gifford and Junior Seau are just two of a growing list of former players who developed the disease, as confirmed the only way now possible -- through an autopsy.
Jeffrey Buchanan

Football. Wings. And Those Who Sweat to Bring Them to Us.

Jeffrey Buchanan | February 8, 2016 | Sports
Poultry workers rallied outside the annual meeting of the National Chicken Council in Washington, DC last November. Photo: Coco McCabe / Oxfam America Despite everything, I still love football. I played in my youth, and watch every week, and certainly will be cooking my famous...
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