College Athletes Should Get Paid

Those who think student-athletes should not be paid provide several arguments. Their primary concern is that, once student-athletes start receiving benefits in monetary form, they will no longer be amateur athletes: When monetary rewards are given, the athlete is then a professional. In addition, cash payments could also impose unsportsmanlike conduct among players and university sport programs. When athletes accept scholarships, they are provided tuition, books, meals, housing, and sometimes graduate assistantships. At some colleges and universities, such support may reach a value of 0000 over a four-year period. Student-athletes may also receive special treatment when it comes to academic issues, for example priority scheduling, tutoring assistance, and excused absences. Aren’t student-athletes, then, well-compensated already? * It’s another Hughes it Or Lose it? With TV Talent (for hire) FrazierHughes.com! follow on twitter @frazierhughes and friend on facebook. There’s only one! Leave YOUR OPINION! Article from thesportdigest.com
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