Questioning the NCAA and Its Policies
As a collegiate athlete, the NCAA has a direct effect on my life. It tells me, with respect to athletics, what I can and cannot do. If I were a division one athlete, the limitations would be far greater. I could not, for example, work certain jobs, or accept money for being good at what I do. When something has this much say over a part of my life, I take notice at what they do, and I feel that the NCAA is not serving its purpose.
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