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Its a joke that the NCAA doesnt pay student athletes One of the greatest thrills of college football are the weekend trips to all those sacred stadiums that havent changed since Pop Warner roamed the sideline But they have The stadiums now look like the coliseum in Rome The game is much more sci-fi now that to a fan listening to an audible sounds like an alien language Thou most of all the players have changed and along with them the entire concept of an amateur athlete Nobodys an amateur these days at least not on Saturday afternoon Some people are just compensated that way Were not trying to turn college athletes into higher paid individuals then professional athletes For the most rare group of players the ones successful enough to consider leaving college early to play professional sports some words to live by Get a good agent stay healthy and put your money in the bank because this career doesnt last long For the ones that choose to play on Saturday a new concept of amateur athlete is being built Serious discussion has already begun in that Oz world of the NCAA sanctions committee Football players particularly at high priced private universities already receive a lot but not as much as they earn The demarcation between professional sports and intercollegiate sports is where your going to pay student athletes Cedric Dempsey the executive director of the NCAA said in a March issue of Sports Illustrated Ive always advocated that its an opportunity for student athletes to have up to the full cost of attendance Our present grant need does not provide that On an average it falls about 2000 short Now think about that the scholarship athlete with all the other various forms of financial aid available still remains 2000 short of the full cost of attending university For many athletes that are 2000 they dont have This figure does not include trips
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