The Morality of Football: Children and Concussions

After a brief blogging hiatus–aided significantly by a defective modem and mind-numbing customer service–this blog roars back to life.  Look out. I’ve blogged about this before, but it’s come up again.  The NYT has a blog discussion called “When It’s More Than a Headache” going on right now about concussions in youth football. (Photo: Shawn [Read More...]

Sacrificing Children to Sports, Part Two: Recruiting Websites for Tweens

On the heels of my post from last week, I offer this link to a Chicago Tribune story that raises serious questions about the ranking of twelve-year-old athletes.  Here’s a sampling: “Shaon Berry believes he has seen the future of football, and to demonstrate, he clicks a key on his computer.  Up pops a video [Read More...]


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