Ch 4 Intercollegiate Athletics

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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics For Monday: Questions # 3 – 11. # 14 Typed out. Times New Roman font Font size = 12. Margins = 1 inch all around. Name, date & page numbers on all pages.
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics * $521 Million USD budget. * $6 Billion USD – 11 year agreement with CBS to broadcast the men’s Division I basketball tournament and selected other championships (2002)
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics * Originally students controlled intercollegiate athletics. * Began with class games that became intercollegiate contests. 1852 – Harvard – Yale regatta sponsored by the owner of a railroad.
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics WHAT WAS THE REASON FOR ESTABLISHING AN ASSOCIATION TO GOVERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS? FOOTBALL COMPETITION HAD BECOME SO INTENSE BY 1905 (DEATHS & BRUTALITY), SOME PEOPLE ADVOCATED REFORM OR ELIMINATION OF SPORT.
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics MEMBERSHIP OF OVER 1250 COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES, CONFERENCES & SPORT ORGANIZATIONS. 3 – D1, D11, D111 HOW MANY DIFFERENT NCAA COMPETITIVE DIVISIONS ARE THERE?
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CRITERIA FOR THE DIFFERENT CLASSIFICATIONS? SIZE OF THE FINANCIAL BASE, NUMBER & TYPES OF SPORTS OFFERED, FOCUS OF THE PROGRAM, EXISTENCE OF ATHLETICS GRANTS-IN- AID.
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CRITERIA FOR BEING CLASSIFIED AS DIVISION 1? OFFER AT LEAST 7 SPORTS FOR MEN & WOMEN, (OR 6 FOR MEN & 8 FOR WOMEN). AT LEAST 2 TEAM SPORTS FOR EACH GENDER, OFFERS FULL ATHLETICS GRANTS-IN-AID, HIGHLY COMPETITIVE, MANY ATHLETICS CONTESTS CONSIDERED AS ENTERTAINMENT FOR SPECTATORS.
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics HOW ARE SOME OF THE DIVISION 1 PROGRAMS FINANCED ? STUDENT FEES. GATE RECEIPTS, TELEVISION REVENUE, LICENSING REVENUES, PRIVATE DONATIONS.
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics WHAT ARE LICENSING REVENUES? ROYALTIES PAID TO ATHLETICS DEPARTMENTS BY SECOND PARTIES IN RETURN FOR THE RIGHT TO PRODUCE AND SELL MERCHANDISE BEARING A LOGO OR OTHER MARK ASSOCIATED WITH ITS SPORTS PROGRAM.
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CRITERIA FOR BEING CLASSIFIED AS DIVISION II? OFFER AT LEAST 4 SPORTS FOR MEN & WOMEN, (OR 6 FOR MEN & 8 FOR WOMEN). AT LEAST 2 TEAM SPORTS FOR EACH GENDER, OFFERS ATHLETICS GRANTS-IN-AID ( BUT FEWER PER CAPITA THAN DI ), AROUND 281 MEMBER INSTITUTIONS, MORE REGIONALLY BASED.
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics HOW ARE SOME OF THE DIVISION II PROGRAMS FINANCED ? SAME WAY THEY DO THEIR ACADEMIC PROGRAMS, GATE RECEIPTS, LICENSING REVENUES, PRIVATE DONATIONS.
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Chapter 4 Intercollegiate Athletics WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CRITERIA FOR BEING CLASSIFIED AS DIVISION III?
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