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    Lutheran College Sports

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    Sports are like clubs a way for people to socialize and do what they love together as a team. During the 1930s at Texas Lutheran, college students had participated in sports. Sports at Lutheran college had been just a fun activity rather than a way of life during this time. Students often participated in football, basketball among other sports. Some Student’s athletics at the college supported both athletic contests against teams on campus and other school teams. Students at Lutheran college participated

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    College Sports Gambling

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    With all of the controversy of gambling in college sports, why is the issue still an issue? The answer is money. There were actions taken towards this by Congress, but the problem is that it was never completely abolished. Congress had made the mistake of creating a way around it. It is now commonly referred to as "the Las Vegas loophole." They outlawed the betting nationwide with the exception of one state, one state that is the capital of gambling, Nevada. This has caused few changes

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    Esports are College Sport Material. If those reading don't know what Esports are than they are video games that can be played with multiple people and require skill and effort to win against another team of talented players. Some people believe esports are not actually sports due to the fact they have no physical attributes, like many other sports out there. The thing is that these games do require effort and skills, It's just not the same ones for regular sports. There are even some Esports

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    I believe that competetive sports are not benifitial for children and adults. Playing competetive sports can lead to having drug abuse problems, serious injurys and being an serious debt. To begin, If you play competitive sports, you could get addicted to substances that help you get stronger or better in the sport, but you could become addicted to them and possibly more later in life. According to https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4140700/, the article titled Drug abuse in Athletes written

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    competition/practice rate ratios, by 25 championship sports in the United States for 5 academic years, 2009-10 through 2013-14. (“College Sports-Related Injuries”, 2015). The graph that is shown above is the percentage rate of injuries for each sport, separating the sport by season and having the women and men's percentage separated. In any sport, there are always injuries, no matter how hard the athletes try to avoid getting injured someone will eventually receive one. Sports injuries have caused many theses the

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    education and sports enhance the overall development of a person. In order to stay fit and healthy physically, mentally as well as emotionally, sports need to be encouraged along with studies. I am in favor of the proposal to add a new recreational facility over enlarging the student learning center in the college. College sports will increase the college’s potential to attract a larger pool of candidates because there are a large number of students who are intelligent but also love sports. This will

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    Sports can have an effect on many people, and that effect is basically allowing people to forget about the problems that are going on in the world. Many of the problems are usually nationwide, or the problems could be individual problems. Sports provide an opportunity for fans to come together and share a common interest. Also, sports on the collegiate level presents an even bigger opportunity for fans to come together because of the many diverse schools. Studies show that colleges and universities

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    through the tunnel. Today this student is going to do what he dreamed of doing as a child; play his sport on live television. As a child he didn’t know the amount of hours he’d be dedicating to the universities’ team. He didn’t know how much the university would benefit off of him. Now this student feels taken advantage of, and feels like he should get some sort of compensation. College sports became a business in every way. From ticket sales to the viewers at home who are supplied a broadcast

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    Women In College Sports

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    The articles, “Title IX Under Fire As Colleges Cut Teams” by Jean Marbella and Carrie Wells and “40 Years Later, Title IX Is Still Fighting Perception It Hurts Men’s Sports” by Gloria Goodale, share different viewpoints on Title IX. Marbella and Wells share details and statistics showing that men’s teams are sometimes cut in order to meet Title IX’s requirements. However, Goodale counters that the reasons for the teams being cut was not Title IX, but the budgets of the university. She explains that

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    Cheating College Sports

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    Colleges will cheat the system in order for school profit to be consistent. Not only are colleges cheating the system, but are cheating the rest of the students going to the college as well. CNN, the Cable News Network, is a basic American news channel founded in 1980 by Ted Turner. The article ‘How College Sports Cheat Student-Athletes’ was written by Sally Kohn, an activist, columnist, and television commentator who goes on to explain the sneaky workings some colleges have recently been caught

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