Living in Omaha, Nebraska, I have had a first-hand look over the past two weeks of two of the most prestigious amateur athletic organizations on the planet: the International Olympic Committee and the NCAA.
Both organizations tout themselves as parties who care about sports and the athletes who participate in them. They both paint themselves as doing all they can to support, in many cases financially, the sports they govern.
Sadly, this is not the case.
Archaic policies and good ol' boy business partnerships are standing in the way of maximizing those efforts.
Like most years, I attended the Bleacher Report - College Baseball
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