Veltrop, Kyle
January 2006
Sporting News;1/13/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 2, p26
The article focuses on sports teams of several universities and colleges in the U.S. Colleges like to believe they're think tanks draped in ivy, but they don't mind being referred to as factories that churn out pro athletes. The schools featured in this article can boast the most. In football, that team is the University of Miami. In basketball, its Arizona, which has produced players like Gilbert Arenas, Mike Bibby, Channing Frye, Andre Iguodala, Richard Jefferson, Damon and Salim Stoudamire and Jason Terry. In baseball, it is University of Southern California.


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