From Dickens to Sampson: An Examination of NCAA Rules Violations at Indiana University

@article{Pierce2011FromDT,
  title={From Dickens to Sampson: An Examination of NCAA Rules Violations at Indiana University},
  author={David Pierce and Galen E. Clavio},
  journal={Indiana Magazine of History},
  year={2011},
  volume={107},
  pages={123}
}
Since the formalization of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s enforcement powers in the early 1950s, Indiana University has shown a general history of compliance with that organization’s rules. However, two discrete periods—the Phil Dickens football era in the late 1950s and the Kelvin Sampson basketball era of 20062008—stand as reminders of the potential consequences of a lack of institutional control over the university’s athletic department. The NCAA investigation of IU’s… 
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