Essays and Commentaries on College Sports Reform

A collection of 14 essays on the need for NCAA reform, all published in the national media during the 2004-05 academic year, all as relevant today as they were then,.   Author Frank Splitt discusses the following topics:  (1) The Economics of College Sports, (2) The Blatant Hypocrisy in Big-time College Sports, (3) Why the U.S. Should Intervene in College Sports, (4) Why the NCAA’s latest Reform Measures Won’t Work, (5) Clara Lovett, (6) Why Congress Should Review Policies that Facilitate the Growth and Corruption of Big-Time College Sports, (7) Expanding Commercialism in College Sports:  Where is the Outrage?, (8)  Frank Splitt on Commercialized College Sports, (9) Lines Between NCAA & Knight Commission Now Blurred, (10)  Congress to Step In?, (11) Putting College Sports Reform ‘On Steroids’, (12) Shrinking STEMS, (13)  Who Wants to Tackle Biggest Man on Campus? and (14) College Sports Reform:  Beyond the Knight Commission.

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