Arete, Sport and Society, American Sport History, NCAA, Rules, Money, Cheating, Greed, Prostitution, Violations, Corruption
National Collegiate Athletic Association; Rules; Money; Corruption
In the past two months I have come to an entirely new appreciation of intercollegiate athletics. I now see how it serves the aims of higher education and builds character. It is clear that it is not about the money and that coaches are true educators guiding young men and women to a life of the highest ethical and moral standards. I have been wrong and I am willing to stand tall and admit it. This is clearly an institution within the institution of higher learning that is worth protecting, preserving, and cherishing.
Sport and Society for Arete
College of Arts and Humanities
Crepeau, Richard C., "College Sport Just Keeps Getting More Bizarre in its Excesses" (2003). On Sport and Society. 553.