Ramogi Huma was recruited to play Division I football and saw student athletes struggle to pay grocery and medical bills. He talks with Dick Gordon about what it's like to be a student-athlete, and whether they should receive stipends.
When coaches invited Jennifer Farrell to try out for the women's U.S. national handball team, she had never even played the sport. But her experience as a college rugby player earned her a spot on the team and a ticket to some of her toughest challenges and greatest triumphs.
Robin Wadsworth has always had baseball on her mind. At 12, she became a star pitcher - on a boys team. After graduating college, she felt the call to the baseball diamond again, and worked on a minor league team before she was lured away by the call of big business.
Recently, Robin returned to baseball as the CEO of a small collegiate team.
Chances are almost every American kid who's been a high school athlete in the past 25 years has seen the basketball movie Hoosiers. Steve Hollar was one of the local kids hired to act in the film, but before that, Steve lived a real life version of the same story. Also in this episode, Tierra Rogers was forced to stop playing for UC Berkeley.