Economically Speaking, College Athletes Should Not Be Paid
WASHINGTON, July 23, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The 2012 college football season is almost here. YES! With each college football season comes the usual questions. Who is the favorite to win the national championship? Which conference is the strongest in college football? Who will be the surprise team?
And of course, should college football players be paid?
In a perfect world, these young men would be taken care of by their respective universities. The problem is that most colleges are economically-limited in what they could do, and therefore should not look to pay student-athletes. And if they do start to pay players, how about the young men in the other sports - basketball, baseball, soccer and lacrosse?
In fact, how would this affect the women's sports?
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