Summary: Athletes bring in millions of dollars to their schools and should get paid. This case explains why.
Released: Filed Under: Public Forum
About "Pay to Play"
NCAA student athletes are banned from receiving payment for their athletic competition. But athletes, who devote full-time hours to training and competing (in addition to supposedly being full time college students) bring in millions of dollars to their schools. They get a scholarship and nothing more, and the door is open to scandals and under-the-table cash. Treating the athletes as employees would remove the exploitation and eliminate the incentives for all the recruiting and academic scandals that keep plaguing college sports.
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