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The Business of Amateurs film, a new documentary indicates that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) gives billions of dollars while compromising the education for the big time college sports. The NCAA also compromises unpaid athletes it gain from and health. This scenario has gained more adhesive friction in the recent years. This documentary is billed as the first one that challenges the NCAA from the view of the former student athlete. The film features interviews with early college players who finds that they have been let down by the NCAA and the colleges they went to. Scott Ross is one of the former player becomes the film’s emotional focus. Ross who passed before the documentary completed is believed to have suffered repeated head injuries. Amazon and iTunes are steaming platforms where the film can be found which also demonstrates the artistic achievements of many other students. This documentary was directed to a former football player for the Southern California University by Bob DeMars. The segments of the documentary were animated by a
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