Source 35: The mind in the middle

The mind in the middle This author of this article takes an example of an athlete to prove his point and to enforce his argument. The mind in the middle refers to student athletes that can only really be successful both academically and athletically if they balance out the two. When a student-athlete leans more…

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Source 34: Eligibility standards

Eligibility standards – necessity or nemesis http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.rollins.edu:2048/docview/215780019?OpenUrlRefId=info:xri/sid:primo&accountid=13584 In this article, The author argues that not enough attention is directed towards academics in the life of a student athlete, that the athlete becomes convinced of the fact that he or she was recruited only to be successful athletically and that his or her academic performances no…

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Source 33: Title IX After 30 Years

Davis, Bobby. “Title IX After 30 Years: A Quiet Revolution.” Rollins Alumni Records. N.p.: n.p., 2003. 8-9. Print. This article from a Rollins Alumni Records source found in the Archives of the library discusses the issue with women’s and men’s equality in sports. The source touches on many aspects of the inequality that occurred in previous…

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Process Post 6:

I have found two new sources for my third paper, but I am quite content with the sources I used in my second paper. I can easily add these two sources into my argument, but it just goes to show how good of a job the olin website research did. This site narrowed me down…

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Source 32: NCAA Drug Tests

http://www3.nd.edu/~ncaacomp/drugtesting.shtml The following article describes how the NCAA enforces drug tests upon the notoriously good college, Notre Dame. The article discusses how athletes consuming simple protein supplements can be deemed ineligible to play. In my eyes, this is incredibly unjust because all an athlete is trying to do is get better for the team. But…

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Source 31: NCAA Drug Test Background

https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2012/09/27/more-colleges-using-random-drug-testing-athletes The following source written by Allie Grasgreen paints the history of NCAA drug tests, considering the initial reactions to the tests, the initial intentions of the tests, and were both of those have come since their creation. According to this source, the tests were first enforced in 1986 and would only test for Performance…

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Source 29: The Surprising Factors Driving College Football Recruits’ College Decision

Jessop, Alicia. “The Surprising Factors Driving College Football Recruits’ College Decision.” Forbes. Forbes Magazine, 14 Dec. 2012. Web. 11 Nov. 2016. This article, published by Forbes, discusses the many different reasons of why people make their college decisions. I am looking into the area of sports that relates recruitment and facilities at colleges. The article talks…

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Article 28: Measuring Recovery of Baseball Pitchers Using Omegawave AND HRV

https://www.drivelinebaseball.com/measuring-readiness-baseball-pitchers-omegawave-hrv/ This article discusses the research done by a baseball organization known as Driveline Baseball. This company was started by Kyle Boddy to provide the world of baseball with a scientifically backed program for baseball, specifically pitching. Through the use of testing, research analysis, and scientific methods, driveline baseball has created multiple programs to help…

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Source 27: Recovery of Upper Extremity Sensorimotor System Acuity in Baseball Athletes After a Throwing-Fatigue Protocol

Tripp, Brady L, Eric M Yochem, and Timothy L Uhl. “Recovery of Upper Extremity Sensorimotor System Acuity in Baseball Athletes After a Throwing-Fatigue Protocol.” Journal of Athletic Training 42.4 (2007): 452–457. Print. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2140069/ This article is a peer-reviewed journal that involves research to study the fatigue of those throwing a baseball at maximum effort. The researchers placed…

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