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Topic - Stephen Dittmore
"I see schools that emphasize football so much and athletics so much, kind of breaking away and really dominating the landscape. Whether that's good or not depends on your orientation about where athletics fits in higher education," said Stephen Dittmore, an assistant professor of recreation and sport management at Arkansas.
"Is it an integral part of the student experience,"