Dr. Allen Sack discussed problems with college sports in the wake of the Penn State scandal
Dr. Allen Sack, professor of sports management at the University of New Haven recently presented “Too Big to Fall, Too Big to Question: Why a Congressional Hearing is Necessary to Reform Big-Time College Sports”.
Dr. Sack has been an outspoken member of the sports management industry and most recently published an article about the Penn State case in the Christian Science Monitor titled “After Penn State scandal, Congress should make NCAA put students, education first.” In the article he writes,
A former athlete himself, having played on Notre Dame's 1966 National Championship football team, Dr. Sack has been active in the sports industry serving as director of the federally funded Center for Athletes' Rights and Education, conducting research related to the sports management industry and establishing the Institute for Sports Management at University of New Haven.
The event is free and open to the public.
(Pictured above: To the left, a photo of Dr. Allen Sack from his days at Notre Dame. To the right, a photo of Dr. Allen Sack with his former coach at Notre Dame, Ara Parseghian, celebrating the anniversary of the 1966 championship year.)