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KIN 5804 Lecture Notes - John S. And James L. Knight Foundation
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Spring 2018

Department
Kinesiology
Course Code
KIN 5804
Professor
Jeremiah Carter
Lecture
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Introduction
Monday, January 29, 2018
5:14 PM
History of the NCAA
Founded in 1906 by 13 institutions to reform football rules
o Intercollegiate Athletic Association of the US (IAAUS)
62 members
o Named NCAA 1910
First NCAA Championship - 1921
o Track and Field
Split into DI, DII, DII in 1973
o Later split into DI and DI-AA (1978)
Women's championships in DII and DIII in 1980
Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW)
o Founded in 1971 was only championship for women until 1980 (DII, DIII)
o 1981-82 season DI Institutions were able to compete for AIAW or NCAA
championship
o 1983 AIAW ceased existence
September 1982 the NCAA as an organization lost in the NCAA v. Board of
Regents of the University of Oklahoma, 1984 upheld by the Supreme Court,
effectively ending the NCAA's media interests in NCAA Division I FBS Football
Knight Commission
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation in October 1989
Response to highly visible scandals in college sports
o Recruiting inducements
o Academic fraud
o Commercialism
Main goal was to recommend academic reform
Consists of:
o University Presidents
o University Administrators
o Faculty Athletic Representatives (FAR)
o Professional Sport Administrators
o Research Analysts
NCAA Background
Currently
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Introduction Monday, January 29, 2018 5:14 PM History of the NCAA Founded in 1906 by 13 institutions to reform football rules o Intercollegiate Athletic Association of the US (IAAUS) 62 members o Named NCAA 1910 First NCAA Championship - 1921 o Track and Field Split into DI, DII, DII in 1973 o Later split into DI and DI-AA (1978) Women's championships in DII and DIII in 1980 Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) o Founded in 1971 was only championship for women until 1980 (DII, DIII) o 1981-82 season DI Institutions were able to compete for AIAW or NCAA championship o 1983 AIAW ceased existence September 1982 the NCAA as an organization lost in the NCAA v. Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma, 1984 upheld by the Supreme Court, effectively ending the NCAA's media interests in NCAA Division I FBS Football Knight Commission John S. and James L. Knight Foundation in October 1989 Response to highly visible scandals in college sports o Recruiting inducements o Academic fraud o Commercialism Main goal was to recommend academic reform Consists of: o University Presidents o University Administrators o Faculty Athletic Representatives (FAR) o Professional Sport Administrators o Research Analysts NCAA Background Currently
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