A look at a new rule in the SEC prohibiting transfers who were disciplined elsewhere for serious misconduct. Reporter Tom Farrey examines the case of former Georgia and Alabama lineman Jonathan Taylor, whose criminal cases helped inspire the new rule.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban discusses his career at the school and looks at the state of his team after a tumultuous offseason and the Tide's lowest preseason ranking since 2009. Paul Finebaum reports.
A look back at Jackie Robinson West's run to the U.S. Little League World Series championship, and subsequent stripping of their title due to multiple players living outside the team's approved boundaries in Chicago. John Barr reports.
Investigating the treatment of college athletes by police and court systems; and whether athletes are less likely to face criminal punishment. Florida state attorney Willie Meggs and Tallahassee defense attorney Tim Jansen are among those interviewed.
A look at U.S. soccer goalkeeper Hope Solo's legal issues, including a domestic violence incident involving family members last June. Charges against Solo were dropped on procedural grounds, but are currently under appeal by prosecutors. Bob Ley hosts.
A look at the practice of parents holding young children back a year in school in order to gain an athletic advantage. Interviews include Bryon Fields Sr., father of a Duke football player; and York University professor Joe Baker. Bob Ley hosts.
Examining the latest in protective head gear for pitchers in light of three pitchers being hit with line drives in April. The Mets' Alex Torres is featured as the only player yet to don a league-approved padded cap. Steve Delsohn reports.
A look at outside-the-ring issues involving Floyd Mayweather Jr., including his delayed prison sentence in order to fight Miguel Cotto in May 2012. Boxing writers and the Nevada State Athletic Commission weigh in.
Weighing the risks of drafting quarterback Jameis Winston given his series of off-the-field issues. Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher and former Bears director of scouting Greg Gabriel are among those interviewed. Steve Delsohn reports.
A look at the risks taken on by Sherpas on Mount Everest, one year after an avalanche tragedy that killed more than a dozen members of the indigenous tribe from Nepal. Sir Edmund Hillary's son Peter narrates the appreciative tribute.
An interview with basketball coach John Calipari reflects on Kentucky's 31-0 regular season as well as critics who will never shake the blemish of his vacated Final Four runs (at UMass and Memphis), or the negative perception of the one-and-done concept.
A look at U.S. high-school policies for transgender athlete participation, with some states more restrictive than others. Leo Eichfeld and Shay Sullivan are among the athletes featured. Kelly Naqi reports.
A look at former NFL player Kermit Alexander and his lawsuit demanding that the state of California put in place an execution protocol. Alexander's mother, sister and two nephews were murdered by gang members in 1984.
Players' union leaders Tony Clark (MLB), Michele Roberts (NBA) and DeMaurice Smith (NFL) discuss a variety of timely topics in sports, touching on issues of race and diversity, fairness and equality, and the role of unions. Jay Harris moderates.
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