College Sports Programs Straining Budgets

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

While college is the land of higher education and a college degree a prerequisite for career success, a new study finds schools are increasingly focusing on athletic, not educational, success. We speak to William "Brit" Kirwan, chancellor of the University of Maryland and co-chair of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, who claims that the majority of schools want to cut the size of their athletic budgets but can't quite figure out how to do that.


William "Brit" Kirwan

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