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    Is a University More Than Its Athletics Program?

    College athletics is a business with only two profitable departments: football and men's basketball. So, why do universities keep their athletic programs, even when they often operate in the red? Here, former NCAA Infractions Chairwoman Jo Potuto bring insights into the business—and fan base—behind college sports.

    Josephine Potuto
    Professor, University of Nebraska College of Law

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