Sport: Jeremiah of Jock Liberation

"It did not take a genius," says Jack Scott, director of the Institute for the Study of Sport and Society, "to see a couple of years ago that the counter-culture was going to have an impact on the nation's athletics, one of the most conservative, narrow and encrusted segments of our society." It did take a kind of Jock Jeremiah, though, to spread the word and to preach the gospel of locker-room dissent. That Scott has done. After teaching a course called "Intercollegiate Athletics and Education: A Socio-Psychological Evaluation" at the University of...

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