Sep 18, 2015

Old Boy Longhorns vs. Neoliberal Pirates: The State of Sports at the University of Texas | The Nation

Dr. Ben Carrington is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Texas at Austin and a leading expert on the politics of sports. He is a member of the faculty-athletic department liaison committee for men’s athletics, called the Men’s Athletics Council.

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