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For years Division I athletes have been pouring their hearts out day after day week after week to protect the pride and tradition of their universities With television contracts and shoe deals alone the athletes are really bringing in the money and other forms of revenue Sure you can say that the typical athletes scholarship is enough to compensate but are they A true athlete plays the game simply because he loves it When youre at the Division I level of sports it is more or less a business and it is their job to make money for the school Also these athletes give up many freedoms For a given number of hours per week they give their blood sweat and tears just to play a sixty-minute game or run two times around a track Take these factors and combine it with the athletes academic responsibilities and its a lot to account for When all is said and done how much money does the athlete see Well aside from scholarshipszero I mentioned earlier that intercollegiate athletics is more or less a business in itself Let me break it down for you A business has different departments the owner the management and your employees at the bottom rung making everything run smoothly The owners of course have provided the money for the company the managers run the company and the laborers perform the work Ive never heard of a business that doesnt pay its employees And of course no one would work for them if such a thing did exist Most people think that an athlete should just be thankful for the education he receives in exchange for a few hours of practice But an enormous amount of cash is being circulated within that school at the athletes expense which that athlete will never lay eyes on Author and sports writer Steven Wulf says They are required to put in long hours of hard work for
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