November 1, 2014
Charlie Tuggle will discuss the national attention that the UNC scandal is getting from the Wainstein Report.
October 25, 2014
Charlie Tuggle will discuss FSU quarterback Jameis Winston and how universities respond to signs of trouble from star athletes.
October 18, 2014
Charlie Tuggle will discuss ways that athletes can speak out against domestic violence.
October 11, 2014
Charlie Tuggle will discuss the difference in college football between “the power 5″ conference and everybody else with Mark Nagel of The University of South Carolina.
October 4, 2014
Charlie Tuggle will discuss unique ways for athletes to speak out on domestic violence.
September 27, 2014
Charlie Tuggle and his guest Elizabeth Hedgepeth Analyze the “off the field” issues facing some of the countries most impacful athletes.
September 6, 2014
If you haven’t been keeping up with college athletics recently, one of the biggest events to ever rock the organization has been the multiple, simultaneous decisions by the NCAA and the legal system to implement new reforms to the “student-athlete” model. NBA legend and current commentator Jerry Stackhouse joins us this week to give us his predictions as to what the NCAA might look like 5 to 10 years from now.
August 23, 2014
Earlier this week, antitrust economist and consultant for the Ed O’Bannon lawsuit Andy Schwarz wrote about two very different reform camps within the NCAA: The first, whom he pins “Team Change,” wants the NCAA to drastically reduce their salaries and expenditures to be more like club sports; the second, “Team Market,” believes that the NCAA should respond to market demands and pay its athletes accordingly. He joins us in studio this week to talk about his article in Deadspin, his work in the O’Bannon case, and how he thinks the NCAA should move forward.
August 16, 2014
Two major events rocked the collegiate athletics world this past week: The ruling on the Ed O’Bannon case that prohibited colleges from denying payments to athletes and the NCAA’s decision to allow the “Big Five” conferences to exercise more autonomy. Separately, these events are already major news, but acting together, they could flip the structure of college athletics as we know it. In the studio this week to discuss these developments is Ellen Staurowsky, Professor of Sports Management at Drexel University.
August 9, 2014
When the words “high school football” come up in conversation, most people think of “Friday Night Lights,” pep rallies, school spirit, and Homecoming, but they never think to include traumatic brain injury. In the studio this week is Davis Whitefield, Executive Director of the NC High School Athletic Association, to talk abut the heightened emphasis on traumatic brain injury in high school football and what schools around the state are doing to better protect players.