Monday, January 23, 2017

The College Athlete Paycheck Debate

In less than a month, the content Collegiate Athletic linkup (NCAA) will be beef off its first incessantly NCAA college playoffs. This event has brought up dialogue and news headlines from all oer the country. Chunks of money will be make by colleges and the NCAA, maybe more then ever. correspond to Skip Bayless, a journalist with ESPN, ESPN is give\n about(predicate) $470 one thousand thousand annually for the next 12 social classs (Bayless N.P.), just to commit this new college football game playoff, that is about $5.6 billion dollars in total. In 2013 the NCAA received $445 million in gross off of college football rolling games, ESPN alone this year will be paying more money to interpenetrate the college football playoffs then the NCAA made off of all of their bowl game sponsors last year. So why do college athletes merit to get paid, and why do they deserve to not be paid?\nUnleash the Boosters, an word written by ESPNs Skip Bayless is heavily in favor of paying c ollege football athletes. Bayless says that colleges should have to bid on the players that they want, and not with just desolate tuition or $2,000 in spending money, but with braggy contracts that will bring in a real income. He argues that this country was built on a free-market economy, supply and rent, and the outdo 18 year-old football players be in high demand (Bayless). Bayless talks about television set networks paying billions of dollars just to send these kids, but yet this players are getting none of that money. Bayless says, even the stars of the show are oblige to risk their pro futures for triple unpaid years compete a violent, high-stakes game ahead packed stadiums seating upwards of 100,000 and TV audiences of millions? Thats the biggest crime in sports. You can tell that the writer is fed up with the NCAA and actually wants these players to get paid something for risking their careers. So what is the NCAAs take on all of this? In family line of 2013, ESPN released an art...

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