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One and Done

Sport and Society for Arete: The Masters

Richard Crepeau | Posted 06.16.2014 | Sports
Richard Crepeau

Not once did Jim Nance mention that Jordan Spieth should have stayed at the University of Texas. Apparently Jim Nance didn't know that Spieth was a "one and a half and done," leaving in the middle of his second year.

John Caliapri Wants Kentucky Players To 'Succeed And Proceed' And Not Just Be 'One And Done'

The Huffington Post | Chris Greenberg | Posted 04.05.2014 | Sports

John Calipari doesn't want his players at Kentucky to just be "one and done." No, this doesn't mean that Kentucky will stop recruiting talented hi...

Farah L. Miller

9 Surprising Facts About Only Children

HuffingtonPost.com | Farah L. Miller | Posted 10.23.2013 | Parents

I crave attention. I turn unrelated conversations into stories about my own life. Being social is important to me, and I get lonely fairly easily. I...

Why I've Never Wanted Another Baby

Devon Corneal | Posted 04.06.2013 | Parents
Devon Corneal

I don't think my take on this is unreasonable. Nor does my husband, who likes to sleep in even more than I do.

Bob Knight Can't Stop Bashing Kentucky, One-And-Dones

Posted 04.09.2012 | Sports

Just because basketball legend Bob Knight finally said "Kentucky" during the tail end of March Madness, that doesn't mean he won't go out of his way t...

Won And Done?

AP | NANCY ARMOUR | Posted 04.02.2012 | Sports

NEW ORLEANS -- Blue-chip players flock to John Calipari, eager to sharpen their skills – to say nothing of their resumes – in what's becom...

Maybe Two Is More Than Twice as Good as One

Myles Brand | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Myles Brand

The one-and-done rule is not perfect. It creates a few examples of disingenuous matriculation on the part of those who would rather have bypassed college to play in the pros. But it hasn't increased the number of such examples.

NBA Draft Needs a "Minimum Basic Skills Test"

Dave Hollander | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Dave Hollander

There are players who are not ready for the NBA at 18 -- but scrap the age limit and administer a "Minimum Basic Skills Test." Electricians, plumbers and teachers all have licenses. Why not NBA players?