“College football and men’s basketball has drifted so far away from the educational purpose of the university,” James Duderstadt, a former president of the University of Michigan, told me recently. “They exploit young people and prevent them from getting a legitimate college education. They place the athlete’s health at enormous risk, which becomes apparent later in life. We are supposed to be developing human potential, not making money on their backs. Football strikes at the core values of a university.”
Monday, November 14, 2011
Why'd Michigan push this guy out? I like what he has to say. Although I'm guessing this isn't a popular view at Board of Regents meetings.
Posted by Jack at 8:09 AM