Will Play For Pay

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Will Play For Pay

  1. 1. Will Play for Pay Alexus Heard, Jessica Daniel, Issam Abu Taha, Samantha Pillar
  2. 2. Main Points • NCAA History • Revenue – Where does the money go? • • • • Problem Counter Argument Solution Justification
  3. 3. NCAA History • • • • • National Collegiate Athletic Association 1906 Student-athletes Amateurism Academic Requirements
  4. 4. “Our mission is to be an integral part of higher education and to focus on the development of our student-athletes.” - Mark Emmert NCAA President
  5. 5. Revenue • Non-Profit Organization • TV Marketing • CBS and Turner Sports
  6. 6. Where Does the Money Go? 1. Academic Enhancement $22.4 million 2. Basketball Funding $180.5 million 3. Conferencing Grants $8 million 4. Grants in Aids $111 million 5. Sports Sponsorship $55 million 6. Special Assistance $40 million
  7. 7. Problem • Student athletes are not compensated for – Revenue created for their schools – Their image/likeness being used throughout the sports realm. • Misconception; life of a student athlete • Scholarships ≠ cash in players pocket • NCAA – Mark Emmert (President) – Televison Agreement
  8. 8. Problem • Coaches – University pay – Non-university pay – Bonus • University Revenue
  9. 9. Counter argument • • • • • How do you fairly pay student athletes? College athletics is a business Opportunity to meet possible employers Emphasis on education vs athletics “Playing college athletics is a privelege, not a right (Holmes, 2013).”
  10. 10. Our Aim • Benefit the Hard working students • Bring more revenue to the Universities • Bring more Excitement to the NCAA • End the Controversy
  11. 11. Solutions • The Salary Cap Solution • The Base Salary Solution • The Endorsement Solution
  12. 12. The Salary Cap Solution • Regulate the amount of money spent by the University for individual Players • How player bonuses will work • Benefits
  13. 13. The Base Salary Solution • Set a base amount for all athletes under the NCAA • Everyone is treated equally • Satisfaction
  14. 14. Endorsement Solution • • • • Big Money Endorsements Compensations Jersey Sales Electronic Arts and Using Player Images
  15. 15. Justification
  16. 16. Awesome ending slide!!!!!

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