When was the ncaa founded?

Please read Branch’s article and watch the movie entitled, Schooled: The Price of College Sports.
and respond to the following prompts:
BRANCH:
What are the two core principles on which the NCAA justifies its existence? How does the NCAA use these principles to justify its existence? Why does Branch refer to them as “cynical hoaxes?”
When was the NCAA founded? By whom was it founded? For what reasons was it founded? Why does Branch describe its power and control as an “Oz-like façade” or “veil of secrecy”?
What was the “sanity code”? Why was it enacted? Was it an effective/successful reform strategy? Why/why not?
What events led to the “crisis of credibility” in college sports? How did Walter Byers capitalize on this crisis? What effect did Byers’ efforts have on the public perception of the NCAA? How did this lead to “the Big Bluff”?
Describe the role that broadcast rights played throughout the formation and proliferation of the NCAA.
In what ways does Branch argue the NCAA operates as a “slave plantation”? “Cartel”? Professional league? Paternalistic colonizers?
Describe the origins of the term “student-athlete” and “amateurism.” How did these terms benefit universities and the NCAA?
In what ways did reformers believe commercialism was hurting the “amateur” and “student-athlete” principles in college sports?
Describe the contradiction Branch identifies when Nick Saban calls sports agents, pimps or “whoremasters.”
How does the “one-year renewable scholarship” rule threaten to undermine the NCAA’s stated mission of promoting education through athletics?
SCHOOLED, MOVIE WORKSHEET
The average worth of an athletic scholarship is $____________, while the average cost to attend college is estimated at $_____________.
Who are typically the highest paid public employees in any state?
Why were the terms “amateur” and “student-athlete” created? In what ways have these terms been used to benefit the NCAA and its member organizations? In what ways have these terms been used to harm student-athletes?
Describe at least two arguments used in the movie to explain both why student-athletes should be considered employees and why they should not be.
Provide an historical account of the of how the term “amateurism” developed and its use in American college sports (hint: it started in 19th century Britain).
Describe what Arian Foster (Tennessee RB) means when he draws an analogy between 17th and 18th century indentured servitude and the way the NCAA operates.
Explain how television broadcast rights “built” the NCAA?
What is a “paper class,” and who were they intended for?
What does Branch mean when he says that student-athletes deserve a “place at the table”?