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Imagine working for a huge cooperation and bringing in millions of dollars for them but not receiving a penny for your work This in many ways is what college athletes go through This unfair rule the NCAA puts on the athletes that work for them and their school have led me to believe they should receive some sort of financial reward for the financial gain they bring In the next several minutes I will tell you why college athletes deserve to receive pay for something so few can do to the level of excellence they can There is a conspiracy in college athletics that prevents top rated athletes from being paid their market value The National Collegiate Athletic Association or NCAA has formed a type of monopoly in Division I athletics by preventing universities from paying their athletes more than tuition room and board and books They feel this sum of money is sufficient for the contributions made by elite athletes for their respective institutions Time and time again the public hears of multi-million dollar television deals shoe contracts and million dollar coaching contracts along with enormous ticket sales to support the colleges and athletics However none of this money finds its way to the athletes who are the ones responsible for the winning seasons tournament games and drawing fans into the arenas Athletes make their schools millions and millions of dollars a year not to mention the publicity they bring to the school which attracts other top athletes or just regular s tudents to want to attend that school Just think would any of you in here heard of Duke University if it wasnt for their basketball program I seriously doubt it Big time Duke stars such as Grant Hill Christain Laettner Shane Battier Jason Williams to name a few have made Duke what it is today Collegiate sports generate about 2 billion in revenue yearly for just the hundred or so
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