Title IX a pay-for-play roadblock
Though it is a passage just 37 words long, Title IX has been both credited with and blamed for a lot of things that have happened in college athletics in the past four decades.
In regard to the concept of "pay-for-play," Title IX is generally seen as a substantial roadblock. But not just because of the gulf between football/men's basketball and women's sports, but also because of the gap between those "big two" sports' profit-producing programs and virtually all other collegiate sports, ...
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