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Clemson men’s track teams get reinstated
Widespread inequities found between football team, female sports
- The football team gets three meals a day, seven days a week cooked by a professional chef during the entire school year. The rowing team gets two meals a day, four days a week, prepared in the dining halls just during the spring semester.
- The football team has access to a putt-putt course, bowling alley and rents out a movie theater in Anderson the night before a home game. No women’s teams, to Bullock’s knowledge, have access to any of that.
Football players are given fitted suits for away games. No women are given that.
The football team gets two media videos a season. The women’s track team did not even get a poster made for them this season.
Women’s rowing athletes have to share one locker between three teammates.
Bullock expects more inequities to be unearthed during the Title IX review, which will be conducted by an outside source.