Some people have proposed that colleges leave football out of Title IX compliance. In other words, equalize the number of scholarships for men and women but do not include the 85 football scholarships in the mix.Is this a fair solution to the issue of equal opportunity for females? Proponents of this view contend that football is a different animal and that girls have no comparable activity. Furthermore, at large Division I institutions where the football team actually makes money, those revenues can help support other sports.Is leaving football out of Title IX an equitable solution? If not, what other ideas would you offer an athletic director who faces increasing costs without an increasing budget? Then, do some research to support your arguments.
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