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APRIL 2: Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League opening game, Dartmouth vs. Navy, Annapolis, Md. JUNE 13-17: National Collegiate baseball championships ...
TV MONEY MAY WRECK COLLEGE ATHLETICS
TV MONEY MAY WRECK COLLEGE ATHLETICS. The NCAA program for controlling football telecasts is under attack at a meeting now being held in New York.
The Writing is on the Wall
The rash of phony transcripts and academic cheating spells out the fact that athletics are now an abomination to the ideals of higher education. Victims: the student-athletes. Culprits: the system and those who run it
Do College Athletics Corrupt?
An Idaho professor finds that sports hinder athletes' moral reasoning abilities
A TEXAS LAWYER CRITIQUES SI'S PLAN FOR CLEANING UP COLLEGE ATHLETICS
Wright herewith offers a detailed, point-by-point response to SI's "A Plan For Cleaning Up College Sports," which ran in the Sept. 30 issue after ...
Back of All Trades
He runs. He throws. He sings. He volunteers for charities. He makes the honor roll. Quarterback Robert Griffin III can do just about everything—including make Baylor football relevant again
Crime and Punishment
After high school star Richie Parker was convicted of sexual abuse, those who tried to salvage—and savage—his basketball career were scarred by their experience
The Question: Would you take a coaching job at a college that had de-emphasized athletics as the once-mighty University of Pennsylvania has done?
PAUL BRYANTHead coachAgricultural and Mechanical College of Texas"I would ... players understand that competitive athletics were de-emphasized; that the ...
Lost In History
From 1929 to 1931, the Philadelphia A's were the best team in baseball, with four future Hall of Famers and a lineup that dominated Babe Ruth's legendary Yankees. So why hasn't anyone heard of them?
The High School Athlete
They are stronger and more skilled, but year-round commitment to a single sport and far-flung travel for more and better competition are isolating our best young athletes from their communities and changing the all-around athletic experience that has been at the heart of American sports for generations. Part one of a four-part series