Adolph Rupp; interviewee. Russell Rice; interviewer.
Adolph Rupp starts the interview by talking about the impact of professional basketball recruiting on college players. He then goes in to detail about his various stints in the world of professional basketball coaching and presidency. Rupp discusses the fate of professional sports if the practice of signing players for increasing amounts of money continues. Rupp finishes the interview with a discussion on the gambling scandals in college sports.
Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
University of Kentucky
Rupp, Adolph, 1901-1977, University of Kentucky--Basketball, Basketball coaches--Biography, Basketball--History, Finley, Charles Oscar, 1918-, Brown, John Young Jr., 1933-, UKAW
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