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MPR's "Daily Circuit" features Mary Jo Kane on the question of character in professional sports

KaneMJ-2005.jpgWith the NFL season just getting underway, Minnesota Public Radio's (MPR) "Daily Circuit" radio show with host Kerri Miller will broadcast a 9:00am roundtable discussion this Friday, September 6, on the question, "Should character matter in sport?" with Dr. Mary Jo Kane sport sociology faculty in the School of Kinesiology and director of the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport, Dr. John Tauer, professor of psychology and head of the men's basketball team at St. Thomas University, and Esera Tuaolo, former NFL player and author of the book "Alone in The Trenches: My Life as a Gay Man in the NFL." The roundtable is a follow-up on an early-July New York Times article, "Room for Debate."

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