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Monetary Compensation for  NCAA Athletes  By Andrew Brass
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Introduction Upon inception in 1910, NCAA (National  Collegiate Athletic Association) has not  compensated student athletes for services scholarships Spike in revenue earnings for major athletic  programs Theory: Failing to pay these athletes goes  contradicts capitalism
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INTRO: Arguments why student-athletes  should not receive compensation Majority of student body are not NCAA athletes. If compensated, tuition would increase  undeservingly for student-body Student-athletes already receiving scholarship Title IX (www.foxsports.com)
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INTRO: Arguments for why NCAA  athletes should be paid The unfair position of the athlete  The misconception of education  Vast changes in college athletics economic  landscape  Discrepancy between revenue created and  compensation Injury risk Going Pro…
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