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  1. Einstein McFly is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by nameless44
    The problem isn't with Title IX. There's three ways that satisfy requirements, and the third way (Full and effective accommodation of the interest and ability of underrepresented sex) would enable these schools to keep wrestling on the agenda. Unfortunately, schools are lazy asses and don't want to do the slightly more difficult way of doing things and just cut wrestling at storied programs like ASU and add a women's rowing team (to a school in the middle of the desert).

    Title IX isn't the problem here, the schools are.
    I don't see it that way. The schools may have a way out, but if not put in this position they'd never cut these sports. Any way you slice it, Title IX is behind this.
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    The way out, which may not necessarily be the right answer, is to turn these sports into clubs, without University funding.

    Boosters or sponsers are able to fund or donate to the sport, which can still be ASU wrestling, it just isn't a University sanctioned sport.

    Sponsers, coaches, boosters and the atheletes themselves then need to book their own matches and schedule time in the gym and weight room.
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by aardvarks
    The way out, which may not necessarily be the right answer, is to turn these sports into clubs, without University funding.

    Boosters or sponsers are able to fund or donate to the sport, which can still be ASU wrestling, it just isn't a University sanctioned sport.

    Sponsers, coaches, boosters and the atheletes themselves then need to book their own matches and schedule time in the gym and weight room.
    That's not much of a way out. You can't build a good program around a club sport.
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    Sorry if this has been posted somewhere else but this seemed an appropriate place for it:

    http://www.ncaa.org/wps/ncaa?ContentID=18292

    I'm glad this happened.
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