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  • College Athletes Overpaid

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    The importance of realizing how much the NCAA makes and none of it goes to the student athletes. College athletes do so much work for the college to make sure that college gets recognitions and sponsors. While the athletes are putting in work for the school, they do not have time to go to work and get paid to pay for food or just anything they need in life. Not all college athletes are on scholarships so while they are paying for school and doing sports they money is really low and can not pay for

  • Student Athletes Paid

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    Students who attend college as athletes face the everyday struggles of being a full-time athlete and a full-time student. It has been long debated whether or not time restricted athletes should be compensated for the work they do on the field. Student-athletes should be paid for their work as athletes, but because of NCAA amateurism rules, they are left with a busy training schedule, no athlete compensation if injury occurs, and no steady income. Student-athletes have highly active training schedules

  • Should College Athletes Be Paid?

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    Student athletes commonly go to school for one reason: their love for the sport they participate in. These student athletes get scholarships from large Division 1 schools, which means things such as schooling, board, and food will be paid for by the school so the student athletes do not have to pay for these benefits themselves (Patterson). If college athletes are to be paid, it will cause unfair compensation between players who are valued or played more than others. When student athletes are rewarded

  • Collegiate Sports And Collegiate Athletes

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    data. It shows how little of an opportunity student athletes have to make it into collegiate sports and collegiate athletes to make it into the professional arena. Student-Athletes Men 's Basketball Women 's Basketball Football Baseball Men 's Ice Hockey Men 's Soccer High School Student-Athletes 538,676 433,120 1,086,627 474,791 35,198 410,982 High School Senior Student-Athletes 153,907 123,749 310,465 135,655 10,057 117,423 NCAA Student-Athletes 17,984 16,186 70,147 32,450 3,964 23,365 NCAA Freshman

  • College Athletes Should Be Paid

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    anticipation to see who will be crowned the next national champion. College athletes are some of the hardest working people in America, and they do it all for free just for the fans entertainment. Most Division I athletes are given a full scholarship for the sport that they are playing, but that doesn 't give them money for living expenses such as groceries, food off campus, clothing, or even a night out on the weekends. College athletes should be given a certain salary for the semester, not only will it

  • Should College Athletes Be Paid?

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    produced the past couple of years debating whether college student-athletes should be paid. I specifically chose this topic because it pertains to me, and I can relate to both sides of the argument. Being a student-athlete at St. Lawrence University, I can attest to how much time athletes put into their sport and all the hard-work put in on a daily basis. On one hand, I see how the student-athlete deems him/herself as a full-time athlete and spend more time practicing and working out for their team than

  • College Athletes Should Not Be Banned

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    ultimately the real winner from college events like these is the NCAA itself. While the relentless student-athletes train rigorously day and night to represent their schools, the athletes who participate do not see a single penny, even though they are the ones who “…risk career-ending injuries every time they onto the court, field, or rink.” The NCAA forces all ‘amateur’ college athletes to sign a contract, forbidding monetary compensation for their efforts and restricting them from any sponsorship

  • Should College Athletes Be Paid?

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    Collegiate Student Athletes Over the last decade, the question of whether or not to pay collegiate student-athletes has been heavily debated. With increasing revenues for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), major athletic conferences, and BCS (Bowl Championship Series) universities, many people believe that everyone is benefitting from college athletics except for the student athletes. On the other side of the issue, the NCAA argues that student athletes are paid through athletic

  • Athletes Deserve Their Money

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    NCAA is an association for college athletes. As time has passed the NCAA has begun to look and function like a business. This image has begun to create debates on whether college athletes should be paid or not. The NCAA has generated a significant amount of money off of the duties of college athletes. Therefore, since college athletes create a large sum of money for the NCAA, it will only make sense that the college athletes receive money as well. College athletes make plenty of money for the NCAA

  • Stereotypes Of Student Athletes

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    paper?” I’m a student athlete here at Tulane University. My sport is Track and Field and I am a hurdler. As a student athlete, one of my responsibilities is to inform professors of when I’ll be out of class due to a meet and to have them sign a form saying it’s okay to miss their class. On quite a few of these occasions I’ve heard the first quote above. These professors believe that I am the stereotypical athlete. There are these ongoing stereotypes that student athletes are “dumb,” “lazy,” and

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