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Kyle Phillip SYC 21 st September 2016 Conflicting views As the popularity of collegiate athletics continues to increase on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis, it makes perfect sense that, so has the profitability. The Collegiate Athletic world has seen significant rises in revenue to say the least and College basketball and football are leading the charge. The NCAA has done something that is seemingly impossible to accomplish, that would be establishing A billion dollar industry, in which the primary labor force does not receive payment for their services rendered. In fact, The NCAA; the shrew pigs that they are, label this workforce as “Student Athletes” as a means to validate their cartel. The profits of College football are astronomical and there are many factors that contribute to that: Network television contracts, merchandise, tickets and sponsorship. As with most topic there are those who argue that college athletes of new do not need to be rewarded with a paycheck and should be satisfied with the opportunity to attend a university on scholarship (In some cases), and play football, and be satisfied with the way the process works, the way it has always worked.
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