With guest: Lamar Daniel
Lamar Daniel was the author and the chief consultant for nearly all Title IX legislation during the 1990's and early 2000s. His job was to travel to Universities throughout the coutnry and to make sure that each was operating within the law in their approach to the federal law called Title IX. He worked with virtually every NCAA conference in the country and there is no person in the United States that knows more about this history changing legislation of Collegiate Sport. Daniel is retired now and lives in Georgia. He is able to speak very candidly and openly in this interview about the impact that Title IX had on all sports programs in the United States. This legislation has shown over the years to be of very good intent, but in many cases it has been very poorly implemented with an indirect negative impact that has caused the dropping of many sports programs for men throughout the country. Daniel talks about the direct and indirect outcomes of the legislation that changed American Sports forever. Coach Kriese considers this interview one of the best of the year as it gives the inside look into College athletics and its dramatic change over the past 25 years.