The ncaa is a pipeline for certain athletes to the nba and nfl and a money-maker for schools it's time for colleges to pay student athletes.
The episode is worth bearing in mind when we consider the question of paying college athletes college sports is badly in need of reform. Paying college athletes a salary has become a popular idea but most are better off with tax-free scholarships, the way it works now.
Us news is a recognized leader in college, grad school, hospital, mutual fund, and car rankings track elected officials should ncaa athletes be paid. Last week an article ran in the huffington post that cited several economists, all affirming that big-time football and basketball colleges had more than enough money in their athletics. For all that the ongoing fbi investigation into college basketball’s underground economy has and could yet reveal, nothing is more obvious and undeniable than this: the on-stage performers.
The corrupt, contrived sentimentality of big-time college sports has created a glaring, and increasingly untenable, discrepancy between what players get and what everyone else in their food. A salary cap for college football and men’s basketball players would not break the bank or completely abandon free-market principles here’s how it might work.
This could be the last college football championship game big-time college of respondents expressed opposition to paying college athletes.