Northeastern University, which eliminated football last year, is experiencing increases in the number of applicants and the number of donors since the decision, The Boston Globe reported. While officials there don't claim that the increases are because of the decision on football, they say that the trends debunk the theory that by eliminating football, colleges will undercut alumni or student support.
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