Competitive integrity isn't measured in degrees. Players and teams have to compete under the same rules and conditions.
Sergio Garcia conceded a long par putt to Rickie Fowler on the 7th hole of their head-to-head golf match Friday. It resulted in their halving a hole Garcia was better positioned to win. Was the move honorable or just foolish?
You find out a lot about people when they go through adversity. Here's a look at what Peyton Manning may have learned from his dad about accountability and respect.
Original Post: July 23, 2013
Instead of answering more questions about the scope of performance-enhancing drugs in their sport, Major League Baseball players could turn the conversation completely around, focusing attention on the players who want to compete within […]
Original Post: May 16, 2013
As I embark on an exciting new path to help make a difference in the lives of young people, I wanted to share some thoughts with you about where we are and how we all […]
Original Post: January 11, 2013
Last week, Notre Dame Head Coach Brian Kelly described his current position as “the best job in the country —- NFL, college, high school, whatever”.
Then, he interviewed with the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles about their vacant head […]
Original Post: December 27, 2012
Will Craig Biggio be elected to the Baseball Hall-of-Fame is his first year on the ballot?
The eligible voters from the Baseball Writers Association of America have until December 31st to return their ballots.
The Hall-of-Fame Class of […]
Original Post: November 11, 2012
When you hear the name Lane Kiffin, what’s the mental picture that you see?
Is it of the coach whose USC football team still has a chance to win the PAC-12 title after overcoming five turnovers to […]
Ask a retired athlete what he or she misses after leaving the game and, chances are, you’ll hear it’s not the “winning”but the “competing” that is being missed the most. […]
I’m Chuck Wilson with an ESPN Radio Extra Point.
You are the president at the University of Miami, Syracuse or Boston College.
You have spoken often about the ideals of your school, the meaning of student-athlete and how academics come first.