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Well-being of college athletes secondary to spending

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 11 / 13 / 17

T he NCAA describes itself as a “member-led organization dedicated to the well-being and lifelong success of college athletes,” but it is quite apparent that these goals are secondary to the excessive spending and commercialism spending in many Division I institutions in order to preser...

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