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Alternative Models of Sports Development in America
Solutions to a Crisis in Education and Public Health
By B. David Ridpath
· Foreword by Tom Farrey
B. David Ridpath offers clear steps to address the exploitative entanglement of sports and education in America and to create a new status quo. He lays out four possible alternative models that draw various elements from academic, athletic, and European approaches.
20 Secrets to Success for NCAA Student-Athletes Who Won’t Go Pro
By Rick Burton, Jake Hirshman, Norm O'Reilly, Andy Dolich, and Heather Lawrence
· Foreword by Oliver Luck
· Afterword by Pat O'Conner
The vast majority of student-athletes dreaming of athletic stardom won’t make it to the pros. Yet, the discipline and skills they’ve developed while balancing a sport and academics make them ideally suited for satisfying careers elsewhere.
All the Way to #1
The Story of the Greatest High School Football National Championship Teams of the 20th Century
By Timothy L. Hudak and John R. Pflug Jr.
The 20th century was the defining era of high school football, and during that time a select group of programs across the country solidified their reputations as the nation’s greatest. These programs—with legendary coaches like Paul Brown, Wright Bazemore, Gerry Faust, and Bob Ladouceur—produced national championship teams at schools such as Massillon, Valdosta, Moeller, and De La Salle.But which of these teams was the greatest?All
Ohio University Basketball
By Lee Caryer
The 1995 Ohio University basketball season began October 15, ended more than five months later, and consisted of 34 games.