What Parents Should Say On The Drive Home
The ride home after a game can be a delicate situation. Here are ideas on what parents can say.
Parents Monitoring Concussions
Leslie Osborne, a voice of experience with concussions, urges parents to continually check for symptoms.
Sampling Vs. Specializing In Sports
One of the biggest challenges facing youth athletes and their parents is deciding when to specialize.
Life Lesson: Finish What You Start
Sports parents can learn here about a specific life lesson to be taught through youth and high school sports.
Discussing Pro Athlete Misbehavior With Your Athletes
Talk to your kids -- don't ignore the teachable moment that comes out of a professional sports news story.
Doc Rivers: Sports Parenting In 4 Words
"Great job, keep working" are the most important words for a parent to say after a game.
Social Media: Don't Lose A $140k Scholarship for a 140-Character Tweet
Former Collegiate Basketball player advises student-athletes on the proper use of social media.
Assessing A Recruit's Parents
Notre Dame Men's Basketball Coach Mike Brey considers a recruit's parents when offering scholarships.
Quitting One Sport Does Not Mean You Should Quit All Sports
A negative experience in one sport should not deter youth or high school athletes from trying others.
Teaching Moral Values And Character Through Sport
Sports can teach morals and lead youth athletes to think on their feet to draw their own ethical conclusions.