Jason Scott
Jason Scott (jason@athleticbusiness.com) joined the Athletic Business team as the Online Managing Editor in 2015. Before joining AB, Jason worked as the social media manager for a small business, and before that he was a radio producer working with local talk shows and live sports broadcasts. When he's not at work, Jason enjoys reading, podcasts, sports, sophomoric TV cartoons, and long walks on the beach. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri's School of Journalism. 
  • Tuesday, August, 30, 2016
    Judge: Unseal USA Gymnastics Abuse Records

    A judge in Georgia ruled Monday that files held by USA Gymnastics regarding sexual abuse complaints against coaches should be made public.

  • Thursday, August, 25, 2016
    Renderings of $1.9B Las Vegas Raiders Stadium

    Despite the news that the NFL's Raiders will relocate to Las Vegas, the move won't happen immediately, in part because Sin City lacks a stadium for the team to play in.

  • Wednesday, August, 24, 2016
    Pop Warner League Nixes Season, Blames Flag Football

    As safety concerns surrounding youth football continue to mount, a growing number of players (and their parents) are opting for non-contact options, leaving tackle football teams and leagues suddenly low on participants.

  • Monday, August, 22, 2016
    HS Coach Fired After Player Hospitalized by Boxing

    A Montana high school football coach was fired after reports that one of his players was hospitalized following a boxing match that took place at a leadership camp.

  • Tuesday, August, 16, 2016
    Cubs Employee Fired for Song Selection

    A poor song selection by a Cubs employee has landed the club in an awkward public relations predicament.

  • Wednesday, August, 10, 2016
    Can Playground ‘Zoning’ Make Kids More Active?

    Active kids are healthy kids. This is a well-known fact, and an important justification for what most grade school students would call their favorite period of the school day – recess.

  • Tuesday, August, 09, 2016
    Does Your HS Athlete Suffer from "Text Neck?"

    As the fall sports season gets underway for high schools across the country this month, many may suffer from problems or pain caused by poor posture.

  • Tuesday, August, 02, 2016
    Did Youth Soccer Teams Tank to Advance in Tourney?

    Two soccer teams raised eyebrows as they competed in the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships last week, when it appeared that they played to a scoreless draw on purpose in order to advance.

  • Thursday, July, 28, 2016
    NHL's Bettman Denies Link Between Concussions, CTE

    NHL commissioner Gary Bettman doubled down on his stance that there is not sufficient evidence to prove that concussions are linked to chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the degenerative brain disease at the center of a class-action lawsuit against the league.

  • Wednesday, July, 27, 2016
    Data: USA Football Program Doesn't Reduce Concussions

    With awareness of concussions at an all-time high, it’s no secret that people involved with football are concerned. Parents, players, coaches and professional organizations such as the NFL are all looking for ways to make the game safer. But a new report from the New York Times reveals that one of the most popular safety programs isn't working as advertised.