Gilbert M. Gaul twice won the Pulitzer Prize and has been short­list­ed for the Pulitzer four oth­er times. For more than thir­ty-five years, he worked as an inves­tiga­tive jour­nal­ist for The Wash­ing­ton Post, Philadel­phia Inquir­er and oth­er news­pa­pers. The author of three pre­vi­ous books of inves­tiga­tive report­ing, Gaul lives in New Jersey.
At Colleges, Running Backs Get All the Greenbacks, While Academic Students Fight Over Crumbs
College football has become a bloated, multi-million dollar business, subverting the original mission of universities—education.