Author: Jay M. Smith
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 1612347479
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Smith and Willingham make an impassioned argument that the “student-athletes” in these programs are being cheated out of what, after all, is promised them in the first place: a college education.

Critical Race Theory Black Athletic Sporting Experiences In The United States

Author: Billy J. Hawkins
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137600381
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Research quarterly for exercise and sport 80(1): 102–116. Singer, John N., and
Akilah R. Carter-Francique. 2013. Representation, participation, and the
experiences of racial minorities in college sport. In Sports in higher education:
Issues and controversies in college athletics, ed. Gary Sailes, 113–138. San
Diego: Cognella. Smith, Jay M., and Mary Willingham. 2015. Cheated: The UNC
Scandal, the education of athletes, and the future of Big-time College Sports.
University of ...

Sport And Higher Education

Author: Donald Chu
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780873220002
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Putting Rohloff on probation demonstrated to future athletes that State intended
to live by the rules. His reluctance to report a teammate, the editor said, was "
typical of students everywhere (who refused) to turn in fellow students for any
violation of the honor system, including cheating on examinations."" But a week
later, another Times ... They have developed the public appetite for such big-time
sports and have made possible the big gate receipts... There is nothing wrong
with such ...

American Sports

Author: Benjamin G. Rader
Publisher: Pearson College Division
ISBN: 9780130977502
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Indeed, the reforms may have had the effect of further curtailing athletic
competition from newcomers and the more obscure institutions.22 CONCLUSION
In the post- 1950 era big-time college programs operated in a national arena of
competition. ... 11-12; D.S. Andrews, "The G.I. Bill and College Football," Journal
of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 55 (1984), 23-26; Jim Benagh,
Making It to #1 (New York: Dodd, Mead, 1976), 192-95; Charles Rosen, The
Scandals of '51 ...

Congressional Record

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It shows that the NCAA is willing to use any weapon in its continuing power
struggle with the Amateur Athletic Union. It shows that the NCAA does not care if
it hurts member institutions or individual athletes in the process. It shows once
again that the NCAA is no longer a representative body of colleges and
universities but is instead a collection of institutions under the control of a
stubborn, dictatorial hierarchy that does not hesitate to use athletes and schools
alike as mere pawns in a ...