As we gear up for March Madness, most minds are on college basketball and how the tournament bracket will shape up.
One element of college sports many probably aren’t too occupied with? The drug policies that govern them, particularly the NCAA’s policies.
That’s not the case for Brian Hainline, the NCAA’s first chief medical officer, though. Check out The Wall Street Journal‘s coverage of Hainline’s focus on the NCAA’s inconsistent antidoping policies here.