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Lastly i will argue the benefits of a college

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Lastly, I will argue the benefits of a college education both with and without pay. What is an Athlete? a. In this topic, I will focus on the individual student athlete. I will discuss the definition of an athlete. I will review what a typical schedule is for a college athlete and what kind of time is available to a student athlete to fulfill daily commitments as a student athlete. I will compare and contrast my data with non-student athletes. b. In this topic, I will also discuss the breakdown and hierarchy of the collegiate organizations and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. I will breakdown and average the
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PAYING COLLEGE ATHLETES 4 amount of games played in various sports and compare these figures to the different levels and divisions to gain a better understanding of the commitment needed to be a successful college athlete. Should College Athletes be paid? a. Under this heading I will examine the debates for the compensation of college athletes. I will argue why a college student deserves to be paid and will cite my resources that affirm these findings. I will discuss where tuition money comes from and various ways college students can finance their college education. b. In this paragraph I will argue against the compensation of student athletes and why this could be detrimental to their careers and futures. I will attempt to shed light on the negative repercussions of monetary rewards for participation in a sport while attempting to pursue a college degree. Where do They Stand? a. Throughout this topic of discussion, I will analyze and convey the comments, concerns, and assessments of past, present, and current college students, coaches, directors, and presidents in regards to paying college athletes and the possible methods of reimbursement. I will use peer reviewed publications from the APUS Library and community canvassing techniques to provide quotes and references. I have the geographical benefit of being conveniently located next to numerous college campuses and I am currently employed with more than thirty college graduates of which some have played college sports.
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PAYING COLLEGE ATHLETES 5 Methods to the Madness a. In this topic I will explore numerous ways to implement a payment system for the student athlete, who should get paid, and what they are being paid for. I will discuss the ways athletes are commonly compensated for their representation and efforts both on and off of the field. I will consider direct compensation methods for the playing of the game based on revenue generated.
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  • Fall '14
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association, College Law Review

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