College sports needs a government intervention
WASHINGTON— Politicians love to celebrate, not chastise, big-time college athletics.
There were two exceptions: More than 100 years ago, when President Theodore Roosevelt intervened to clean up the brutality of college football, and almost 40 years ago, when Congress passed Title IX, requiring colleges and universities to allocate a fair share of their athletic budgets to women. Both worked.
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