Murray Sperber

University of California, Berkeley

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Visiting Professor in the Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Berkeley and author of Beer and Circus: How Big-Time College Sports Has Crippled Undergraduate Education

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The NCAA crackdown on Penn State is so harsh that a return to competitive football could take a decade if it ever happens at all.

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The NCAA crackdown on Penn State is so harsh that a return to competitive football could take a decade if it ever happens at all.

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The NCAA crackdown on Penn State is so harsh that a return to competitive football could take a decade if it ever happens at all.

Penn State, Football Culture and the NCAA

The NCAA crackdown on Penn State is so harsh that a return to competitive football could take a decade if it ever happens at all.

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