Unpaid Professionals: Commercialism and Conflict in Big-Time College Sports

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Index
ABC, 3, 105
Abernathy, Gary, 173
Abernathy, Jim, 25, 26
academic standards resurrecting, 26–29 struggle for, 20–36
academic tutoring, 43–44
accounting, 152–57
ACT scores, 240n.60
Adidas, 5, 138–43, 147, 203, 234n.35
alcohol, 50 on campus, 146
Alexander, Lamar, 149
Aloha Bowl, 123
Alvarez, Barry, 130
amateur, tension between professional and, 5
amateurism, 22
American Basketball League (ABL), 72
American Council on Education (ACE), 27, 189–90
American Sports Underwriters, 183
antitrust, Bowl Alliance and, 14, 98, 104–10, 184–85
Apparel Industry Partnership, 142
Arizona State University, 49, 134–35, 217n.120
Arkansas State Legislature, 154
Asher, Mark, 133
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), 59–60
Astra International, 141
athletes college, 5 gender equity for, 54–73 nonmatriculated, allowing, 199– 201
athletic budgets, big-time, 157–65
athletic directors (ADs), 12, 83, 87
athletic housing, 44
athletic programs with financial surplus or deficit, 161 revenue inequality among, 117
Atlantic 10 Conference, 119
AT&T, 148
attendance average, 221n.30 television and, 110–11
Auburn University, 45
Autry, Darnell, 17
Barnard, Harry, 7
Barnes, Rick, 79, 81, 82, 84
Barnhart, Mitch, 164
baseball franchises, income reports for, 153
basketball, college, television and, 111–15
basketball tournament, conference distribution of, 115
Baughman, Dutch, 37
Becker, Gary, 20
Beer Institute, 146
Beeston, Paul, 153
Bennett, Bob, 106
Bennett, David, 39
Berkey, Dennis, 194
Berst, David, 174–75
Big 8, 119
Big 12, 119, 122
Big East football conference, 155
Big Ten, 119
Big Ten Conference, 8, 123
Big Ten/Pac-10, 101
big-time athletic budgets, 157–65
Birch, Howie, 147
Black, Creed, 12
blacks, 30–32
Blades, Benny, 45
Blakeney, Kenny, 17–18
Blum, Debra, 196
Bok, Derek, 190
booster clubs, 131
booster donations, tax-exempt, 129
boosters, 130–33
Boston College, 49
Boston University, 194
bottom line, 149–72
Bowden, Bobby, 81
Bowl Alliance, antitrust and, 104–10

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