Posts Tagged Ethical Muscle Memory

Joseph Randle: Hollow Apologies and Real Good-byes

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“It’s the biggest mistake I’ve ever made in my life,” Randle said two days after his arrest. “I’ve never gotten in any kind of trouble in my whole life. This is just something I’ll have to learn from and move forward.” — Joseph Randle, October 2014 In October 2014, Joseph Randle was arrested for shop-lifting underwear and men’s cologne from an upscale shopping mall near Dallas. Even more ridiculous about this crime was the fact that it was a tester bottle of Gucci cologne. You know, the kind of bottle […]

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Ethical Muscle Memory™ – Why It Matters

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Today’s blog will not discuss a particular athlete or a particular sport. Given all the recent stories from the world of sports we have not had the time to catch up and breathe! It is hard to say if it is a good thing or bad. On one hand, we always have plenty of material to blog about; on the other, we are constantly reminded how Sports Ethics training is needed now more than ever. For athletes, coaches, teams and sports associations, it is rarely what happens on the field […]

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No one wins: Florida QB Treon Harris Sexual Assault Charges

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I am not the kind of person to stand up and shout, “I told you so!” I am the kind of person to say, “If you make lousy choices, it will lead you to bad consequences.” I guarantee it. In fact, I have based my entire career on it. In late breaking news carried by multiple news sources, University of Florida QB Treon Harris has been indefinitely suspended by his team for allegations of sexual assault. The young man has gone from Hero to Loser in about a week. Harris, […]

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