College athletes should be paid Discussion

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Eight pages, MLA, why you think college athletes should be paid. At least 3 sources cited with one multimedia resource.

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College athletes should be paid
The discussion of whether college athletes should be paid or not has received significant
attention resulting in heated debates in the United States. Whereas the proposers argue that being
a college athlete is a full-time job that requires dedication, intense practice and missing classes,
the opposers strongly believe that free scholarships are enough compensation. In a typical
college set up, athletes have to sacrifice a lot in their quest of winning medals for their
institutions. The coaches and the institutions at large earn billions of shillings by participating in
the national competitions that are aired live on TV. Bearing in mind the struggles encountered by
these college athletes such as lack of money to sustain their lives at school, it is profound that
college athletes need to be compensated for the hard work. It should be noted that most of the
college athletes who participate in well-paying games such as basketball are African- Americans
who without doubt incur financial constraints as compared to the whites. Considering these
experiences, the paper argues that college athletes need to be compensated for participating in
sporting activities.
Financial constraints
College athletes need to be paid because a majority of them hardly have money to cater
for their basic needs. According to a report released by the National College Players Association

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approximately 86% of college athletes survive below the poverty lines. The report is
traumatizing bearing in mind the billions of money that the athletes earn for the schools and
other stakeholders. The report also established that college students who are on full scholarship
are not given free rides (Huma, Ramogi and Staurowsky 4). During the 2009-2010 financial,
academic year, the scholarship shortfall from pocket expenses for FBS was $ 3,222. The
compensation program of athletes shows that a majority of college athletes live below poverty
lines.
If college athletes are permitted to access their fair market value like any other football
pros, they are averagely worth 121,048 US dollars. The basketball players, on the other hand,
would be approximately 265,027 US dollars without adding personal commercial deals or
individual endorsements (Huma, Ramogi and Staurowsky 4). When they join colleges under free
sponsorship, the institutions only caters for their education and little incentives that cannot
sustain their lives in school. Considering their potential market value in the real market, they
should be adequately compensated for their work.
One of the major arguments to why the National Collegiate Athletics Association do not
want to pay college athletes is the fact that a majority of them wouldn’t be academically
qualified to join the institutions under the freshman guidelines. The NCAA also argues that a
significant fraction of the college students; whether they play sports or not are below the federal
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