NCAA plans assault on gambling

Originally Published: May 13, 2004
By Ivan Maisel | ESPN.com

NCAA officials are too smart to believe they can eradicate gambling from campus. A Manhattan phone book worth of rules has been passed against cheating, and the $100 handshake lives on.

Point-shaving rocked college basketball at Kentucky and CCNY in the years after World War II, and yet every generation seems to relearn the same lessons anew. Take the NCAA National Study on Collegiate Sports Wagering and Associated Health Risks, the first section of which was released Wednesday. Of the 2,132 ...

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