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College athlets

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  1. 1. Should college athletes getShould college athletes get paid for playing sports?paid for playing sports? Ben BoruckiBen Borucki Reading EReading E 11/30/1011/30/10 QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  2. 2. QuestionQuestion  Do you think that college athletes shouldDo you think that college athletes should get paid? And why?get paid? And why?  If yes how much should they get paid?If yes how much should they get paid?
  3. 3. IntroductionIntroduction  ““ThThe agents that do this and the sponsors, I hate to do this, bute agents that do this and the sponsors, I hate to do this, but how are they any any better then a pimp? Alabama’s coach Nickhow are they any any better then a pimp? Alabama’s coach Nick Saben.”Saben.”  More then 20 of the top 100 college basketball recruits told ESPNMore then 20 of the top 100 college basketball recruits told ESPN that agents are the biggest problem in sports.that agents are the biggest problem in sports.
  4. 4. If college football programs get paidIf college football programs get paid to have their team on TV why notto have their team on TV why not the players get paid too?the players get paid too?  The players bring in about 50 million aThe players bring in about 50 million a year for their programs.year for their programs.  a. Ticketsa. Tickets  b. Parkingb. Parking  c. Foodc. Food  d. Clothesd. Clothes  The tickets are very expensive at collegeThe tickets are very expensive at college games and the jerseys they sell are toogames and the jerseys they sell are too  a.The players who played should get ata.The players who played should get at least 10% of all tickets sales for each gameleast 10% of all tickets sales for each game  b. If the athlete’s jersey is sold at theb. If the athlete’s jersey is sold at the stadium you should get 15% of the moneystadium you should get 15% of the money that it was sold for.that it was sold for.  The athletes should not get paid if theyThe athletes should not get paid if they don’t have at least a 3.1 GPA.don’t have at least a 3.1 GPA.
  5. 5. Should college athletes be able toShould college athletes be able to leave and go pro right after thereleave and go pro right after there freshmen year to get paid?freshmen year to get paid?  1. They are less likely to be impacted by1. They are less likely to be impacted by poor decisions such aspoor decisions such as  a. Getting money from sponsorsa. Getting money from sponsors  b. Have an agentb. Have an agent  c. The athlete gives the money to thec. The athlete gives the money to the family to keep in till they get of college.family to keep in till they get of college.  Lack of punishments for offenses inLack of punishments for offenses in freshman yearfreshman year  a. They are losing wins from the pasta. They are losing wins from the past seasonseason  b. Losing an opportunity to go to a bowlb. Losing an opportunity to go to a bowl gamegame  c. Losing scholarshipsc. Losing scholarships
  6. 6. Why should college athletes play if theyWhy should college athletes play if they don’t get paid?don’t get paid?  They have to work all week and playThey have to work all week and play for thousands of fans on Saturday, allfor thousands of fans on Saturday, all they get out of it is joy to play thethey get out of it is joy to play the gamegame  If they do get paid then they couldIf they do get paid then they could just get paid for two years and thenjust get paid for two years and then get hurt and they are set for lifeget hurt and they are set for life  Athletes get 10% of all the moneyAthletes get 10% of all the money earned at the game and split it withearned at the game and split it with the players of who playedthe players of who played  If they do get paid there shouldIf they do get paid there should be no scholarships for sports justbe no scholarships for sports just for academics.for academics.  If they even got paid $ 100 a weekIf they even got paid $ 100 a week they would be making 117 millionthey would be making 117 million dollarsdollars
  7. 7. Should college athletes have anShould college athletes have an agent?agent? They are the biggestThey are the biggest distraction in collegedistraction in college sportssports  They make theThey make the athlete to think aboutathlete to think about moneymoney  Agents could get theAgents could get the athlete suspended.athlete suspended.  Agents should beAgents should be banned from talkingbanned from talking to a college athleteto a college athlete
  8. 8. How much money should collegeHow much money should college athletes get paid if they do?athletes get paid if they do?  If athletes get paid there should be no moreIf athletes get paid there should be no more sport scholarshipssport scholarships  Athletes should not get paid but should receiveAthletes should not get paid but should receive 10% of all concessions, tickets, and jerseys.10% of all concessions, tickets, and jerseys.  Hundred dollars per game they could almostHundred dollars per game they could almost retire after four years of collageretire after four years of collage  They would have received $117 million in oneThey would have received $117 million in one yearyear
  9. 9. CareerCareer  Sport DoctorSport Doctor  Average salary, 138,900Average salary, 138,900  14% increase and 560 jobs are open in Maryland14% increase and 560 jobs are open in Maryland  Surgeon, RadiologistSurgeon, Radiologist  Athletic trainer, NurseAthletic trainer, Nurse
  10. 10. High School Career AcademiesHigh School Career Academies  River Hill High SchoolRiver Hill High School  Business MarketingBusiness Marketing  This helps me be a leader and deal with big problemsThis helps me be a leader and deal with big problems
  11. 11. University of MarylandUniversity of Maryland  College Park, MarylandCollege Park, Maryland  Yearly tuition, 8,416 thousands in state for out of state 24,831Yearly tuition, 8,416 thousands in state for out of state 24,831  Some requirements for Business marketing are Advertising andSome requirements for Business marketing are Advertising and promotion, Consumer behavior, Intentional marketing and therepromotion, Consumer behavior, Intentional marketing and there are a lot more but you only have to do three of themare a lot more but you only have to do three of them  43% Girls, 57% Guys43% Girls, 57% Guys  68% of Maryland GPA’s last year were a 3.75 or higher68% of Maryland GPA’s last year were a 3.75 or higher  Campus is large and there is a suburban feelingCampus is large and there is a suburban feeling
  12. 12. CommunityCommunity ServiceService  Helped at a food stand  Maryland food drive  Food on he 15th  Helped at Harmony Hall  Habit for Humanity  I feel good about myself when help out and if I was In the need I would like if people helped me out.
  13. 13. Prior Job ExperiencePrior Job Experience  BabysittingBabysitting  Chick Fil AChick Fil A  UmpireUmpire  Grass CuttingGrass Cutting  All American Baseball,and BasketballAll American Baseball,and Basketball player at River Hillplayer at River Hill  Honor roll, Full Ride for Basketball toHonor roll, Full Ride for Basketball to the University of Marylandthe University of Maryland
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