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OTL looks at whether Baylor's student conduct code could have discouraged accusers from reporting assaults. Plus, a report shows a striking lack of female leadership in sports.
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USA Track & Field runner Tyson Gay's reputation was battered after he was banned from the sport for a year for a doping violation. Gay joins OTL to talk about his comeback.
OTL discusses whether the Cowboys' decisions to sign controversial players is worth the gamble. Plus, there are more issues for the Australians as they get settled in in Rio.
OTL tells the stories of Olympians that lost out on top-place finishes to opponents who were doping, Ibtihaj Muhammad's road to Rio and more.
OTL discusses the increasing amount NFL retirements in players 30 and under, plus a report that USA Football's "Heads Up" program overstated its ability to reduce injury in youth football.
With leaking pipes, exposed wiring and debris, Olympic organizers are scrambling to complete construction. Also, an E60 profile of U.S. gymnast Simone Biles.
On the same day that Michael Jordan donated $2 million to community/police relations, Carmelo Anthony held a summit in L.A. to enhance those relationships.
Michael Jordan speaks out on the recent shootings and the IOC decides against the ultimate sanction for Russian athletes. That and more on today's OTL.
In a yearlong investigation into a fistfight between two friends and high school basketball players that left one dead, OTL examines what happened after the fall.
OTL examines the NBA's decision to move the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte due to House Bill 2, which limits anti-discrimination protections for the LGBT community in North Carolina.