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Show Them Some of That Money Have you ever turned on your television on new years day to watch the rose ball or ever tuned in to March Madness to watch the top four basketball colleges in the country compete for NCAA basketball royalty If you did then consider this those athletes you see on your TV are not really hundred percent athletes they are actually student before they were ever considered athletes In a matter of fact they are even called student athletes Notice that the term student came before the term athlete Being an student athlete can be harder than just being an athlete actually it is much harder because not only must the athlete concentrate on his sport and his performance during matches and games but also equally on his academics which is a necessity if he wants to continue playing or his college Most colleges require their athlete to maintain a 200 GPA to continue playing for the college That means that the athlete has no time for anything else but his sport and his books and thats it He has no time not even for a part time job to earn him a little pocket change by which he can survive on Also students athletes are told or in other words advised by their coaches not to get a part time job cause it will effect their availability to the team and also because that spare time they got off the field and outside of practice is for them to study and maintain that 200 GPA After stating that this question a raises How do student athletes make their money in order to survive Shouldnt they get paid for their hard work And how do colleges compensate their athletes if any at all Some people say that students athletes get paid by having their education paid for in a form of scholarship but if you look at the ulterior
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