Super Bowl commercials have become as big a part of Super Sunday as the game itself.
Major League Baseball maintained its grades for its racial and gender hiring practices, while its percentage of African-American players remained only slightly above a study’s low set in the 2007 season.
A study of this year’s bowl-bound schools released Monday revealed a narrowing gap between the graduation rates of white and African-American players.
While overall grades have dipped from last year, a new study from the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport gave college sports a B-grade for racial and gender hiring practices this year.
For most fans of college football, especially fans of the big three schools in Florida, seeing a handful of players getting arrested each year for crimes ranging from public intoxication to sex offenses and assault is the norm.