College athletes with so-called full scholarships should check the fine print. Credit: Garry Jones, APCOLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - A new study suggests that the so-called "free ride" for college scholarship athletes isn't quite so free. The report by...A new study suggests that the so-called "free ride" for college scholarship athletes isn't quite so free.
Credit: Amazon.comParentDish recently sat down with ESPN reporter and author Tom Farrey to chat about kids, parents, sports and Shaquille O'Neal's big hands. In his new book, "Game On: How the Pressure to Win At All Costs Endangers Youth S...
The University of Illinois recently awarded an athletic scholarship to Jeff Jordan, son of the world-famous -- and incredibly wealthy -- basketball star Michael Jordan. The 6-foot-2-inch sophomore turned down two other scholarships to play as a walk-...
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