College AthletesBy Donaldo Guardado
MONOPOLY PRACTICEadministrators, owners, and everyone associated with theNCAA are benefiting from athletic competition. Th...
FAQQ: why are these athletes entitled to some compensation?A: The athletes are generating the NCAA revenue, since theyare ...
FAQ (cont...)Q: why dont these athletes get a jobA: Simply, there is not enough time for them to have a job, goto class, a...
Athletic Scholarships are not enough● Most "full scholarships" do not cover the full expense of 4  years of college.● They...
It take much of the Athletes Time● Players can not get work due to school and sport.● If the athlete is dedicating about f...
NCAA takes all the profit● these players rack in millions from profits● coaches do not defend this because they are also p...
Opposition● players do receive compensation in the form of scholarships● why pay them if it is not a professional organiza...
Opposing oppositionplayers that are given scholarships are still under the povertyline. The "full scholarships" do not cov...
My standing pointIt does not really matter where I stand. I am just saying time issomething that matters the most in life ...
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Athletic compensation

  1. 1. College AthletesBy Donaldo Guardado
  2. 2. MONOPOLY PRACTICEadministrators, owners, and everyone associated with theNCAA are benefiting from athletic competition. The only peoplewho do not benefit from the attention brought in tothis organization are the athletes themselves.
  3. 3. FAQQ: why are these athletes entitled to some compensation?A: The athletes are generating the NCAA revenue, since theyare the one who bring the money they should be entitled tosome of itQ: Do scholarships not cover all the expenses and thenecessities of the athlete during college?A: A lot of full scholarships do not cover the complete cost ofattending college their are still other expenses college athletesstill have to pay
  4. 4. FAQ (cont...)Q: why dont these athletes get a jobA: Simply, there is not enough time for them to have a job, goto class, and participate in there athletic program
  5. 5. Athletic Scholarships are not enough● Most "full scholarships" do not cover the full expense of 4 years of college.● They have to pay for college related expenses● Athletes pay up to $6,000
  6. 6. It take much of the Athletes Time● Players can not get work due to school and sport.● If the athlete is dedicating about forty hours of their time they should receive a bit of return● coaches suede players to attend extra practices and workouts during the summer, and through out the year.● players are also students who do have finish assignments just like other students, they are not exempted
  7. 7. NCAA takes all the profit● these players rack in millions from profits● coaches do not defend this because they are also paid, keeping their mouths shut.● if these athletes bring in all the money they should be entitled to some of it.● players have value, as scholarships prove that to be true
  8. 8. Opposition● players do receive compensation in the form of scholarships● why pay them if it is not a professional organization● other students do have to pay for intuition while athletes do not
  9. 9. Opposing oppositionplayers that are given scholarships are still under the povertyline. The "full scholarships" do not cover the entire expense ofschoolingIf these players are going to school and participating in theirsport there is no time to get a job and make profit. Theseplayers dedicate time just like an employed students.The people who these athletes are playing for take all themoney and do not give it to the players any share of it. Thoughif it as not for these athletes generating all the attention wherewould the money come from
  10. 10. My standing pointIt does not really matter where I stand. I am just saying time issomething that matters the most in life and these athletes arededicating their time to an organization that really cares forthem and views them as nothing but tools that they use in theirscheme. It is not right to deny these players a part of whatshould be theirs

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