CRS 325 Persuasive Outline Final

CRS 325 Persuasive Outline Final - Bobby Krivitsky Sally...

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Bobby Krivitsky Sally Spalding CRS 325 Final Exam Why College Athletes Should Be Paid Introduction: Attention Getting Device: College athletes earn millions of dollars for universities and do not receive a penny of it. This is unacceptable and something that cannot and should not be tolerated. Thesis: College athletes deserve to be paid. Preview of Main Points: College athletes make millions for universities and help to bring students to universities and for this, deserve compensation. Many college athletes come from poor socioeconomic backgrounds and simply cannot afford to buy even the simplest of things such as food and clothes. Body: I. College athletes bring in millions of dollars for universities and deserve to be more than just cash cows for these schools. A. College athletes provide money in countless ways for universities, even serving as a recruiting tool, and for that deserve at least a small source of income from the school they make so much for. 1.Between television contracts, ticket sales, and merchandise college athletes bring in millions of dollars for these universities and for the NCAA to say that these athletes are ineligible to receive any of the money that
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they are responsible for making so that the NCAA can pocket it all should be considered a crime. 2. Furthermore, a university with high level sports teams becomes very attractive and is able to draw students to their school.
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