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April 6, 1989
James E. Delany, named Wednesday as commissioner of the Big Ten Conference, called for fresh ideas to keep sports from overpowering the academic life of student-athletes. "At this unique time in college athletics, all is not well," said Delany, a 41-year-old lawyer completing his 10th year as commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference. "I think it's important to find a better balance. There's got to be a way to make sure education is first.
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SPORTS
April 6, 1989
James E. Delany, named Wednesday as commissioner of the Big Ten Conference, called for fresh ideas to keep sports from overpowering the academic life of student-athletes. "At this unique time in college athletics, all is not well," said Delany, a 41-year-old lawyer completing his 10th year as commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference. "I think it's important to find a better balance. There's got to be a way to make sure education is first.
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April 5, 1989
James E. Delany was named today to succeed Wayne Duke as commissioner of the Big Ten athletic conference. Delany was introduced at a news conference late this morning. He had been considered the leading candidate to succeed Duke, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Delany, 41, a native of South Orange, N.J., has served as commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference since July, 1979.
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January 12, 1990 | From Associated Press
Big Ten Commissioner James E. Delany today publicly reprimanded former Michigan football Coach Bo Schembechler for comments critical of officiating after the 17-10 loss to USC in the Rose Bowl game. "Coach Schembechler's recent retirement from coaching after a legendary career makes this decision difficult," Delany said in a statement issued from the Big Ten's headquarters in suburban Schaumburg.
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