An unsettling power struggle over women's sports is trending at universities across the nation resulting in a decline of women's coaches from 90% in 1973 to 43% today. That's according to a recent report from "Reveal," the radio show from the Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX. They found that Title IX--which was enacted in 1972 to eliminate gender discrimination from educational institutions--may have had some unintended consequences for female coaches. Annie Brown shares what she learned when she investigated this story. Listen to our conversation on iTunes or NPR One.