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The D-III Revolution: How Football May Be Saving Liberal Arts Colleges


It's a trend. In recent years, more and smaller colleges and universities are starting football programs or restarting those shuttered long ago. In an era when many major colleges are grappling with increasingly bloated athletic budgets, between 2008 and 2012, 29 smaller colleges started lower-level football programs. (SB Nation)

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