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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" (CHRONICLE.com).

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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