HK%20376.Chapter11

HK%20376.Chapter11 - Chapter 11 Intercollegiate Football...

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Chapter 11 Intercollegiate Football Spectacles 1890-1950
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TWO FORCES CREATE THE BIG GAME INTRINSIC FAN LOYALTY RULS CHANGE FOR FAN APPEAL
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THE CRITICAL ERA: 1890-1910 NATIONAL DEBATE OVER PROFESSIONA COACHES RECRUITEMENT ELIGIBILITY SUBSIDIES INJURIES AND DEATHS GAP BETWEEN AMATEUR SPORT WIN AT ALL COST, MARKETPLACE VALUES, NO SCRUPLES, ETC.
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THE CRITICAL ERA: 1890-1910 CONTINUED THE TEMPTATIONS NO LIMITS ON WHO COULD PLAY SUBSIDY FOR TRAMP ATHLETES E.G. JAMES HOGAN AT YALE PAID COACHES HAD TO WIN SO JOYLESS SOMETIMES, WORK ALUMNI RECRUITING, $$$ TOO
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THE CRITICAL ERA: 1890-1919 CONTINUED FORMATION OF CONFERENCES EARLY SELF MONITORING @1900 IF FAILED, THEN BOYCOTTS USED EVENTUALLY ATHLETIC CONFERENCES COLLEGE ROWING ASSOCIATION,1858 1895 INTERCOLL. CONFERENCE OF FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES, TO WESTERN CONFERENCE TO BIG TEN: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, PURDUE (PRES. SMART, CALLED MTG.), MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, NORTHWESTERN
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HK%20376.Chapter11 - Chapter 11 Intercollegiate Football...

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