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An Unfolding Tragedy
As football injuries mount, lawsuits increase and insurance rates soar. The game is headed toward a crisis, one that is epitomized by the helmet, which is both a barbarous weapon and inadequate protection
1954 & Its Sportsman: Roger Bannister
The year brought shining performances in a host of sports, but the electrifying running of history's first four-minute miler—a man of no fanfare—made him year's pre-eminent man of sport
Crime and Punishment
After high school star Richie Parker was convicted of sexual abuse, those who tried to salvage—and savage—his basketball career were scarred by their experience
The Man Behind the Man
Aggressive. Brash. Cocky. And that's what his friends call Aaron Goodwin, the most controversial agent in sports. He's also one of the most powerful—and the envy of his profession—since he landed LeBron James
Eyes Of The Storm
When Tennessee's whirlwind of a coach, Pat Summitt, hits you with her steely gaze, you get a dose of the intensity that has carried the Lady Vols to five NCAA titles
The Young And The Restless
The best prospects frequently arrive on campus—if they ever get there—with an outsized sense of entitlement that too often sets them adrift
Led by Jameer Nelson, the nation's best player, little St. Joe's started 20-0 and is thinking big
Hello, America, We Came Back
Three of the biggest reasons to look forward to the 1980-81 season are the young men waving their greetings on the opposite page: Mark Aguirre, Ralph Sampson and Albert King. They could be rich right now, but last spring they decided to forestall the start of their pro careers and stay in school at least another year. By not going "hardship" themselves, they spared college fans the pain of having to get by without seeing them in action. Surely, there could be no finer way to start the season than to have them tell us...
THE QUESTION: Should college football players be housed in athletic dormitories apart from the rest of the student body?
They contribute more to college and campus life when they are an integral part of it ... As such they have much to gain from sharing in all phases of university life.