(i) The “theory of peer effects” is discussed on page 27 of Confessions of a Spoilsport.
(ii) The various arguments are discussed in Chapter 4 of Confessions of a Spoilsport.
(iii) Examples of corporate sponsorship of college athletic facilities are presented throughout Confessions of a Spoilsport.
The plaintiff’s two claims in Ross v. Creighton University were: (i) negligence and (ii) breach of contract. The Zumbrun v. Univ. of Southern California case is discussed in Section II.C.
Knapp v. Northwestern University involved the basketball player who sued under the Rehabilitation Act after the university barred him from competing on the varsity basketball team. The court discusses whether playing college sports is a “major life activity” on page 480.