National Collegiate Athletic Association Ethics and Compliance Program.

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American Football is one of the most popular sports in American academic colleges. The game generates enormous amount of revenue for academic institutions by airing the games online on various channels.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association Ethics and Compliance ProgramHow does the NCAA encourage collegiate football programs to develop a culture of ethics and compliance?American Football is one of the most popular sports in American academic colleges. The game generates enormous amount of revenue for academic institutions by airing the games online on various channels. This inclusion of money in the game increases the pressure on the coaches, players and college management to win the games because the best team during the matches receives positive public image and so more people show their interest to apply for the admissions in the particular college. This pressure situation and revenue generation increases the possibilities of misconduct and irregularities in the sports because relevant people would be willing to go to any extent to win the game for their institute [O.C. Ferrel]. NCAA, established in 1906, is a constitution holding authority that regulates the players, coaches, and relevant college management to follow very high standards of ethical and moral behaviors in accordance with the constitution of NCAA. Unethical behaviors such as inaccurate academic certifications of the players that is prohibited by NCAA because the students with good grades and excellent academic abilities are only allowed to play Football, extra benefits to the players, inefficient systems that do not pay the players properly, recruitment mishandlings, gender inequality, d

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