Big-time college athletics is a hit with fans ready to cheer on their teams, television executives eager to crank up their ratings and revenues, and universities that reap the rewards. But commercial college sports have also brought salacious scandals and used the cover of “student-athlete” to secure valuable unpaid labor. One of the country’s leading experts, Economist Allen Sanderson, lays out the case for breaking the NCAA cartel and paying athletes.
Center for the Study of Politics and Governance, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, UMN
Pay College Athletes.
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