Gonzaga isn’t college athletics’ only one-sport wonder – Los Angeles Times

They have popped up in the scablands of eastern Washington and along Lake Michigan. They have come to prominence during the Gilded Age and in the new Millennium.

They have all, at one point or another, shocked, dominated or captivated a sport.

What made college sports’ one-sport wonders what they are?

The typical formula for success dictates that a school build football and basketball into cash machines, with the revenue trickling down to the other sports programs. But often that isn’t practical.


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