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NCAA Policy Aside, UCF Player Keeps YouTube Channel
Donald De La Haye, a kicker on the University of Central Florida’s football team, has decided to maintain his popular YouTube channel — a move that could prompt NCAA sanctions.read more
Youth Injuries Rise as Athletes Refuse to Slow Down According to the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, serious shoulder and elbow injuries among youth baseball and softball players have increased fivefold since 2000. read more
Hyperthermia Caused Death of Kent State Football Player The preliminary cause of death for Kent State football player Tyler Heintz on Tuesday morning has been ruled hyperthermia, which is when the body fails to adequately cool itself down under hot and humid conditions and overheats. read more
Ohio Bill Would Allow Recruitment of Foreign Preps Foreign athletes could be recruited to play high school sports for a handful of private boarding schools — and the Ohio High School Athletic Association would have no chance of stopping them. read more
Track Coach, 70, Fired for Snapping Stretching Photos Retired teacher Charles Goldberg also came under scrutiny by the special commissioner of investigation for giving unsolicited massages to team members. read more
Wisconsin May Allow Chiropractors to Perform Sports Physicals Chiropractors could perform sports physicals under a bill approved Tuesday in legislative committee,despite fears that chiropractors lack medical doctors' training and expertise. read more