23 December 2015

18 December 2015

How Football Pulled The Trigger

Former college football player Zack Langston took his own life at age 26. He never played in the NFL, but doctors found CTE in his brain.

16 December 2015

Esquire's Toughest 2015: The University of Missouri Football Team

NCAA athletes generate huge sums for universities and get very little in return. But when they organize, they can become a seriously powerful voice.

12 December 2015

Radio Free Hruby: Banning Youth Football, College Coach Salaries and Artificial Soccer Turf

Talking "Three Stories You Should Know" with NPR's "Only a Game"

07 November 2015

05 October 2015

Radio Free Hruby: The National Sports Journalism Center

Talking journalism careers, concussions and amateurism with Indiana University's National Sports Journalism Center

02 October 2015

Mo' Money, Mo' College Football Problems

A Q&A with "Billion-Dollar Ball" author and Pulitzer Prize-winner Gil Gaul

30 September 2015

Is The Sports War On Performance-Enhancing Drugs A Failure?

A Q&A with "Doped: The Dirty Side of Sports" director Andrew Muscato

10 September 2015

Radio Free Hruby: NPR and the NFL's "Concussion" Problem

An upcoming Hollywood film raises the question: Is it ethical to be a football fan?

05 September 2015

Radio Free Hruby: NPR and Will Smith's "Concussion"

An upcoming Hollywood film takes on the NFL's brain damage cover-up

01 September 2015

Unhappy Ending

Will Smith's "Concussion" doesn't have a happy ending, and neither does the real-life NFL

18 August 2015

NLRB To Northwestern Football Union: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

The National Labor Relations Board declined to assert jurisdiction over the Northwestern University football unionization case. Now what?

06 August 2015

Unsilent Treatment

If Sydney Seau doesn't speak out against the NFL, someone else will