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  1. 1850 - 1869 1870-1900 1900- 1920 • 1852 – FIRST INTERCOLLEGIATE EVENT – ROWING • HARVARD VS YALE (Lake Winnepesaukee, NH) • Sponsored by Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad • 1859 – FIRST BASEBALL GAME (AMHERST VS WILLIAMS) • 1864 – FIRST COACH HIRED – YALE (ROWING) • 1869 – FIRST FOOTBALL GAME (RUTGERS VS PRINCETON) • ICA Student organized • 1876 – Students form Intercollegiate Football Association • 1895 – BIG 10 CONFERENCE formed – focus on eligibility issues • 1902 – First College Bowl Game (Stanford vs. Michigan) • 1905 – 18 Football players die & 149 seriously injured causing NYU Chancellor to call for reform – IAAUS formed (Intercollegiate Athletics Association of US) • 1st African American All-America – Football Fritz Pollard • 1912 - IAAUS becomes the NCAA – National Collegiate Athletic Association • 1916 – Rose Bowl Established

  2. 1920 - 1930 1930 - 1950 1950 - 1970 • 1920’s – Colleges & Universities recognize Intercollegiate Athletics as part of Higher Education and place athletics under purview of Physical Education Department. Coaches given academic appointment. Schools begin funding ICA. • First NCAA Championship – Track & Field – 62 Teams • First Radio Broadcast of Intercollegiate Event – Princeton & Chicago Football (Sales of Radios went from $60M to $182.5M from ‘22-’27 – programming of sports increased dramatically) • 1929 - Carnegie Report Published painting bleak portrait of college athletics: academic, recruiting, commercialization issues • 1931 – IPTAY –Intercollegiate Athletics Booster Club formed at Clemson • 1937-38 – NIT founded • 1939 –NCAA College Men’s Basketball Championship held – Loss of $2,531 • 1939 – First TV Broadcast (NBC) – Columbia & Princeton Baseball • 1940 – First TV Broadcast of College Football – Penn vs. Maryland @ Franklin Field • 1946 – Sanity Code – Guidelines implemented regarding tuition & fee assistance for college athletes on par with general student population • 1950 – NCAA Television Committee Formed • 1951 – Walter Byers named 1st Executive Director of NCAA • 1952 – Television Rights Deal of $1.14M negotiated by NCAA for 12 broadcasts of Football – 52 teams spotlighted, majority of money went to teams participating, attendance declined on campus for games. • “Full Ride” Scholarship agreed to at NCAA Convention • 1965 – 1.600 Rule – Academic Reform Rule passed

  3. 1970’s 1980’s 1990’s • 1990 Drug Testing Introduced • 1991 – Judith Sweet named 1st Woman NCAA President • 1991 – Knight Commission report issued on Integrity & reform in college athletics • 1992 – Proposal No. 16 Introduce – eligibility based on GAP & Test Scores • 1995 – NCAA Signs Landmark Deal with CBS for Rights to March Madness (MBB Championships) 8 year - $2B • 1998 – BCS Formed • 1971 – AIAW Women’s Governing Org • 1972 – Title IX – Federal Law • 1973 – NCAA creates three (3) Divisions • 1973 – Freshman rule eligible to participate (changing rule established in 1903 by Harvard President Eliot) • 1976 – College Football Association formed with 61 teams. Threaten to leave NCAA over TV agreement. Took to Supreme Court for right to sell own broadcast rights. • 1978 – Division ! Subdivision divides into DI-A & DI-AA classifications (min. attendance req.) • 1979 – Michigan State vs. Indiana State MBB National Championship – TV Broadcast - Highest Rating • 1980 – Team USA Wins Olympic Gold – Men’s Ice Hockey (Amateur Athletes) • 1981 – NCAA Sponsors first Women’s Championships • 1982 AIAW dissolves • 1983 - Football Rights had grown to $281 Million contract with ’83 providing $74 Million alone. • 1984 – US Supreme Court rules in favor of CFA on Anti-Trust Grounds, Schools can negotiate own broadcast agreement • 1986 – Prop 48 Introduced

  4. 2000’s • 2005 – Division I Board of Directors adopt Academic Progress Rate. Teams that fail to meet min. standards may lose scholarship, postseason bans, membership restrictions. • 2006 – NCAA purchases NIT for $56.5 Million • 2006 – NCAA celebrates 100th Anniversary • 2006 - Big 10 Network Launched • 2009 IMG College agrees to $110 Million multi-media rights fee with Ohio State Athletics • 2009 – Former Student-Athletes file Class Action Lawsuit vs. EA Sports & NCAA • 2010 - NCAA – CBS & Turner Sports agree to 14 year – 11 Billion Agreement to televise March Madness • 2010 BCS (Bowl Championship Series) agrees to $500 Million Rights agreement with ESPN to broadcast BCS games for 4 years ($125M per year) • 2011 – University of Texas & ESPN launch Longhorn Network. Deal worth $300M over 20 years