10 November 2012

Radio Free Hruby: The NCAA Gets Tough (But Not on Concussions)

Talking college sports with Dave Zirin on Edge of Sports radio

The NCAA recently announced a series of get-tough enforcement rules that raise serious ethical questions -- in part because they involve an un-American presumption of guilt, in part because they serve to prop up the wholly un-American notion of amateurism.

Oh, and at the same time, college football continues to skate almost completely on the problem of brain trauma, which I find increasingly odd.

Hear me talk about this with The Nation sportswriter Dave Zirin on Edge of Sports radio by clicking this link.