A Payroll to Meet: A Story of Greed, Corruption, and Football at Smu

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Macmillan, Jan 1, 1989 - Sports & Recreation - 221 pages
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Examines the largest case of corruption in the history of collegiate athletics, the thirty-year practice of illegal payoffs to football players at Southern Methodist University in Texas

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Exhibiting admirable sympathy for innocent fans and boosters, a contributing editor of Sport magazine makes engrossing, even suspenseful, the story of recruiting violations and cover-ups that to the ... Read full review

Contents

The Glory Years
12
The 145 Connection
29
Good on the Hoof
49
Copyright

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