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Wolff, Alexander
November 1992
Sports Illustrated;11/23/92, Vol. 77 Issue 22, p34
Presents a comprehensive and in-depth review of college basketball using astronomical symbols and space age terminology. The college basketball universe is changing; Great reformation of the sport; Recruiting and academic standards; Dominant coaches such as Bob Knight, Dean Smith and John Thompson; Powerful programming executives Tom Odjakjian, Jim Haney and Tom Jernstedt; NCAA's shaping of season's tournaments; Power of marketing consultant Sonny Vacarro; More.


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