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The Great Debate Over Compensation for College Athletes
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The Great Debate Over Compensation for College Athletes

January 8th, 2018 | by CollegeAD
The NCAA, and really all of intercollegiate athletics, are in flux. It seems that all at once, decades old questions and debates are coming to a head, and sooner rather than later, there may be a tectonic shift in the sports...
Current Athletic Director Contracts And Compensation Model Are Behind The Times
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Current Athletic Director Contracts And Compensation Model Are Behind The Times

May 25th, 2016 | by CollegeAD
As the revenue of collegiate athletics continues to skyrocket, the people who are responsible for managing athletic departments are not being paid commensurate with their actual duties and responsibilities due, in large part, to...
Should The NCAA Compensate Athletes For Career-ending Injuries?
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Should The NCAA Compensate Athletes For Career-ending Injuries?

October 22nd, 2015 | by Laurie Gallagher
Marcus Lattimore. Tyrone Prothro. And now maybe Nick Chubb. If you have followed college football for the past decade, you probably not only recognize these names but also grimace when you read them. Your memory may conjure up...

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