Cashing In On Kids

In recent years, there have been far too many stories of youth athletic contests that disintegrated into bloody brawls involving parents, coaches, and officials. Some programs have been destroyed by embezzlers pocketing enormous sums of money for personal use. And now this: gambling. That’s right, gambling on games has now reached youth sports. ESPN’s Outside the Lines recently did a piece on the South Florida Youth Football League, a program which caters to 30,000 kids, ages 5 to 15. While …


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