soccer

How Soccer Corruption Gets Kicked into the Shadows

Before France defeated Croatia in the World Cup Final, a new report warned there is little hope that efforts to end systemic bribery and kickbacks in the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) will succeed. A Michigan law professor says it’s time for Switzerland to force the organization to become accountable.

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Campus Athletes, Sex Abuse and ‘Toxic Masculinity’

Campuses around the country are facing up to sexual assault and violence—often committed by star athletes. At the University of Arizona, now hit with a number of lawsuits, looking the other way is no longer an option, according to an Arizona Daily Star report.

Notre Dame Can Withhold Campus Police Records

In a widely watched case, ESPN had sued the university to compel release of campus police records for incidents involving student athletes. But the Indiana Supreme Court ruled that Notre Dame’s police department is not a “public agency” and does not have to provide information about investigations.