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The NFL's week that was -- Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, Greg Hardy and Roger Goodell -- dominated Sunday talk shows, on the news and sports sides.

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09/14/01
Media Say Sports Can Wait

The "tone of cooperation and common sense that have pervaded so many areas of American life in the wake of Tuesday''s national tragedy has now extended to the world of sports," according to Thomas Bos

Tags: Sports in Society, SportsLine.com

09/13/01
When Should Sports Resume?

In the aftermath of Tuesday morning''s tragedy, sports execs "faced the challenge of doing the right thing," according to Larry Weisman of USA TODAY, who writes, "Cancel out of sympathy for the victim

Tags: Baseball, Colleges, Football, Hockey, NFL, NHL, Sports in Society, SportsLine.com, Time Warner

09/07/01
SI Examines Relationships

Romantic relationships between athletes and coaches "are an increasingly serious issue in women''s sports," according to Wahl, Wertheim & Dohrmann of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. Univ. of Winnipeg professor an

Tags: Basketball, Palace Sports & Entertainment, Sports in Society, WNBA

07/24/01
NBA & WNBA Score W/Diversity

The following are the grades given by Northeastern Univ.''s Center for the Study of Sport In Society''s 2001 Racial and Gender Report Card, evaluating each respective league''s employment practices. T

Tags: Baseball, Basketball, Colleges, Football, Hockey, MLB, MLS, NBA, NCAA, NFL, NHL, Olympics, Soccer, Sports in Society, USOC, WNBA

07/20/01
Athletes' Charities Examined

Athletes'' charities are the subject of an extensive feature in USA TODAY, and in a front-page Cover Story, Mike Dodd notes the publication analyzed the most recent public records of 248 charities and

Tags: Basketball, Football, Golf, IMG, Milwaukee Bucks, New England Patriots, Sports in Society

06/07/01
Students Market RockCats Game

A market research project conducted last year by a group of Univ. of MA graduate students for the Double A Eastern League New Britain (CT) Rock Cats "worked out well," so UMass professor of sport mana

Tags: Baseball, ESPN, NBA, Sports in Society, Walt Disney

05/24/01
IRL's Sarah Fisher Profiled

Last night''s edition of NBC''s "Nightly News" profiled IRL driver Sarah Fisher, and NBC''s Tom Brokaw said there are "no more stereotypes about women drivers." Fisher said, "As long as I have the abi

Tags: IndyCar, Motorsports, NBC, Procter and Gamble, Sports in Society

05/07/01
White House T-Ball Game

President Bush yesterday hosted the first in a series of T-ball games to be held on the White House''s South Lawn, and in DC, Manny Fernandez writes, "There''s never been a T-ball game quite like it &

Tags: ABC, Baseball, Basketball, Boston Red Sox, CBS, Colleges, Football, Golf, Hockey, New York Yankees, Sports in Society, Track & Field, Viacom, Walt Disney, YankeeNets

05/03/01
Organized Youth Sports Poll

A new national survey sponsored by the SGMA, called Organized Youth Team Sports Participation in the U.S., found more than half of all those aged 6-17 are members of at least one organized sports team

Tags: Baseball, Basketball, Football, Nike, Reebok, SGMA, Soccer, Sports in Society, Tennis, Track & Field

04/24/01
Ward Apologizes, No Fine

Knicks G Charlie Ward issued a formal apology yesterday for recently making disparaging comments about Jewish people in a N.Y. Times Magazine story published on Sunday, according to Ohm Youngmisuk of

Tags: Basketball, NBA, NBC, New York Knicks, Sports in Society

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