All writers in this collection speak for themselves—and themselves alone.
David Pargman, professor emeritus at Florida State University, gives his reasons why athletes should study sports, their real focus in college.
Steve Almond, writing for the New York Times, believes that fans must admit that they are complicit in the brain-damaged players that football produces.
Are young people captivated by the sport of golf? Author Matt Powell says no, exploring the reasons for their lack of interest.
What is ultimate frisbee? In this article, author Charles Bethea explains the sport and why its players believe it belongs at the Olympics