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50 Years Later, The Realignment Talking Points Remain The Same

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SEPTEMBER 18, 2023 | written by STEVE ULRICH

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1. 50 Years Later, The Realignment Talking Points Remain The Same

by Matt Brown and Steve Dittmore, Extra Points

“The masthead of the August 15, 1973 NCAA News ran not across the top of the page, but below the double-stacked headline, “Six Senators Seek Federal Control of High School and College Athletics.” This old publishing trick, placing one article above the masthead while another runs below it, was a technique to give two stories similar treatments.

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