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College Football What do we know about FB up to this point?
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College Football The Real Story!
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“Does this school have a FB team? Does it have a college? Well, we can’t afford both. Tomorrow we start tearing down the college.” Graucho Marx The Story!
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1) ‘Follow the Money’ 2) ‘Show me the Money’ Two Main Themes of the Story
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The Star of the Story!
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College FB -Will to Act Some of college football’s benefits to ICA as indicated in article? 1. Largest number of student-athletes participating 2. Generates most revenue: 60% of all DIA revenues 3. Brings greatest exposure to an institution 4. Creates “community” on game day
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FSOC FB Study Oversight Committee: group of 91 DI CEO’s What positives or strengths were identified by the FSOC within college football?
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College FB -Will to Act What did FSOC identify as areas of weakness within college football?
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Early Television NCAA Television Committee (1950) Goal: to research the concept of televised college sports 1) initial data indicated TV had an adverse effect on gate 2) Moreover, areas where TV was not available showed increased game-day crowds
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Early Television The 1952 Plan attempted to minimize concerns over Gate NCAA was to control TV No team could have more than one televised game per year No member college obligated to televise any of its games, home or away!
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The plan was successful in two key ways. 1) Attendance at college games increased in
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