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27.01.2020 05:16
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The NCAA announced Monday that it would remove seven championship events from North Carolina because of HB2, the controversial law that requires people to use the public restroom that matches the sex indicated on a persons birth certificate.Fairness is about more than the opportunity to participate in college sports, or even compete for championships, NCAA president Mark Emmert said in a statement. We believe in providing a safe and respectful environment at our events and are committed to providing the best experience possible for college athletes, fans and everyone taking part in our championships.Its great that the NCAA is making a statement about how much it values inclusion not just in sport, but in society. But the question is: what does this mean for NCAA member institutions that openly discriminate against LGBTQ students on their campuses?Its absolutely fair for the NCAA to single out North Carolina; the states law is blatantly discriminatory, and the statements made by Gov. Pat McCrory after its passage (and by the North Carolina GOP following the NCAAs announcement) underscore that fact. The law is a direct attack on gay people and trans people specifically, those most vulnerable to violence and vitriol within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community.But the NCAA perpetuates LGBTQ discrimination in other areas of its governance. For example, a number of the NCAA member schools have applied for and been granted Title IX exemptions -- typically religious exemptions related to the usage of campus facilities, according to the?Human Rights Campaign. In other words, religious schools are requesting (and being allowed) the right to restrict access to bathrooms, housing and sports based on gender identity. If that sounds a lot like whats happening in North Carolina, thats because it is.To be fair, the NCAA does a lot through its Office of Inclusion to address LGBTQ equality. It has a policy protecting the abilities of trans people to play at the college level, and it provides materials about how to run LGBTQ-inclusive sports programs. It has hosted webinars on intra-team dating and summits on LGBTQ identity and faith, and every year the Office of Inclusion hosts its own conference. Its not like they do nothing.Whats frustrating is that the NCAA seems to want to have its cake and eat it too. The organization will move events, inform and educate, but when it comes to holding membership institutions accountable for their own discrimination, it falls short.When asked for comment, the NCAA referred to its original statement, in which board of governors vice chairman Jay Lemons said, Our membership comprises many different types of schools -- public, private, secular, faith-based -- and we believe this action appropriately reflects the collective will of that diverse group.In July, the NBA decided to move its All-Star Game out of Charlotte because of North Carolinas law, and earlier this year, the NFL drew criticism for not moving the 2017 Super Bowl from Houston after local voters repealed an LGBTQ-inclusive human rights ordinance. Frankly, the logistics of where leagues are playing or not playing their games are getting tiring.The NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and NCAA could affect sustainable, tangible change all the way down to youth playing sports if they committed to doing so. The major sports leagues have a long way to go before theyre able to earn anything more than a golf clap of acknowledgement.Nevertheless, this step is unprecedented for the NCAA in its recognition of LGBTQ rights. It should be applauded for it. This thinking also should filter down to college and university campuses.Only time will tell. Buzz Sawyer Jersey Retro . Listen to the game live on TSN Radio 1050 at 7pm et. The Raptors traded Rudy Gay, Quincy Acy and Aaron Gray to the Sacramento Kings on Monday, in exchange for Greivis Vasquez, John Salmons, Patrick Patterson and Chuck Hayes. Bryce Callahan Jersey Retro .Y. -- Marcell Dareus and the Buffalo Bills defence made life miserable for Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco. https://www.cheapjerseyslines.com/kevin-wyatt-jersey-retro/ . Only three players drafted by NHL clubs were included on the Czech selection camp roster on Wednesday. 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SPREAD -- Steelers 4-5, Browns 2-8SERIES RECORD -- Steelers lead 70-58LAST MEETING -- Steelers beat Browns 28-12, Jan. 3, 2016LAST WEEK -- Steelers lost 35-30 to Cowboys; Browns lost 28-7 to RavensAP PRO32 RANKING -- Steelers No. 18, Browns No. 32STEELERS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (11), RUSH (25), PASS (4)STEELERS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (25), RUSH (15), PASS (28)BROWNS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (28), RUSH (22), PASS (27)BROWNS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (31), RUSH (31), PASS (27)STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES -- After 4-1 start, Steelers have dropped four straight and need win or risk falling behind pack in playoff races. ... Snow is in forecast as bitter rivals meet for first time this season. Theyll play finale on Jan. 1 in Pittsburgh. ... Steelers have lost five in row just once in coach Mike Tomlins 10-year tenure (2009). ... Tomlin is 15-3 vs. Browns. ... Cleveland is first of four road games over next five weeks for Pittsburgh, just 1/3 away from home. ... 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Rookie QB Cody Kessler will start after being pulled in second half last week. Kesslers days as starter could be dwindling with Robert Griffin III expected to return from broken shoulder bone in next few weeks. ... Kessler has thrown just one interception but only six TD passes in seven starts. Kessler has attempted 119 straight passes without pick. ... LB Christian Kirksey had 13 tackles last week and according to NFL.com leads league with 94 total tackles. ... Browns have been outscored 60-8 in second half over past three games. ... Fantasy Tip: Browns have struggled to cover tight ends all season, which could open things up for Steelers TE Jesse James. He enters with 28 catches for 231 yards and three touchdowns.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL ' ' '

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