The scandal in North Carolina is only the latest evidence of how rarely sports reporters -- who are beholden to athletics departments and coaches -- delve into the darker side of college athletics, writes Murray Sperber.
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A year after predicting that big-time college sports is invulnerable to legal challenges, Murray Sperber changes his mind.
April 8, 2013
The silver lining in the abysmal story of Mike Rice's firing at Rutgers, writes Murray Sperber: journalists and the public are less tolerant of abusive treatment of players. (Hopefully campus leaders will catch up soon.)
February 19, 2013
The college sports group is "reviled and legally besieged," but after 30 years of tilting at its windmills, Murray Sperber believes it is legally and politically invulnerable.