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Documentary filmmakers discuss the craft, their films and sports on Friday in Bloomington

30 for 30

Documentaries featured on ESPN Films' 30 for 30 series will be screened at Indiana University Bloomington on Friday during events in which filmmakers Billy Corben and Thaddeus Matula discuss the filmmaking process, the collegiate sport world and its representation in visual media, and related topics. Full Story >>

June issue of Indiana Magazine of History looks at college sports scandals

1957 Football Staff

The recent downfall of the storied Ohio State University Buckeyes' football program is only the latest in a long series of episodes involving college athletics programs that have run afoul of the regulations. As David Pierce and Galen Clavio write in the June 2011 issue of the Indiana Magazine of History, violations of NCAA and Big Ten conference rules are as old as the rules themselves. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

Grilling

Indiana University experts in branding and fitness and in sports medicine discuss savvy snacking at Super Bowl parties and myths about concussions in the February issue of IU Health & Wellness. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

woman image

Indiana University experts in sports marketing, relationships and aging discuss perfect sports-related gifts for Her, dealing with Valentine's Day hype when single, and dating in the golden years. Full Story >>

Expert source: Tiger Woods' fall from grace steep, will pass

Gary Sailes

Gary Sailes is a sport sociologist in Indiana University's School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and its Department of Kinesiology. His research has tracked Tiger Woods' impact on American golf during the past decade. Of Woods' current controversies, Sailes says, "If sport has taught us anything, it is that sports fans are very forgiving of their superstars." Full Story >>