Win at Any Cost: The Sell Out of College Athletics

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Carol Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1990 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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Examines the influence of greed, drugs, organized crime and academic fraud on college sports and the NCAA's failure to guarantee fairness and propriety in sports

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Win at any cost: the sell out of college athletics

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An occasional poor choice of words or a mistake or two (basketball teams are not "invited'' to the Final Four, they must win tournament games) mar a well-researched, documented survey of the ... Read full review

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Hank Gathers
13
Drugs
32
Academic Fraud
78
Copyright

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