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The Daily's Hot Reads For Thursday: Thinking Responsibly

The ST. LOUIS TIMES-DISPATCH's Paul Woody writes of the recent tragedies involving NFL players: "Teams have in-house personnel available for players in need of help. … Teams can only do so much. Ultimately, players are responsible for their decisions" (ST. LOUIS TIMES-DISPATCH). Also, a columnist critiques the reasoning behind Bob Costas' anti-gun rant (DENVER POST).

The CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION's Brad Wolverton writes in the wake of NCAA violations, Ohio State has "supersized its rules-enforcing staff." That change, "which many other colleges are contemplating, signals the growing risk that sports programs can pose to colleges' bottom lines and reputations" (

The PROVIDENCE JOURNAL's Brian MacPherson writes MLB offseason moves show that "young, cost-controlled talent are the most valuable currency in the game at the moment – and they're getting more valuable all the time" (PROVIDENCE JOURNAL). Also, how offseason trades and free agency can leave fans out in the cold (L.A. TIMES).

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