NCAA Rulings: Are the Rules Put on a College Athlete Constitutional?
I think the NCAA is morally justified in its ruling that colleges and universities can not pay its student athletes, although the institution can make as much money as it can on ticket sales. I believe the mass population believes this is a fair practice, mainly due to the fact that the institution usually gives the athlete a free education and other perks such as free room and board. Therefore the athlete doesn't need a lot of money. Furthermore at this point in the athlete's life, education is more important and money would blur the lines for the athlete. …
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