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Why college athletes should not be paid

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Tyler Hadad's curator insight, January 16, 2014 8:45 AM

John  Rocker is a retired MLB reilef picher who played for the Atlanta Braves, the Cleveland Indians, the Texas Rangers, and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays as well as the Long Island Ducks of the independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. He threw left-handed and batted right-handed. His career didnt pan out, so in this he reflects on how if he would of went to college he would of had a better life, and has good stats for my paper.

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The Case for Paying College Athletes

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Students deserve to be compensated for their labor. (The #college #sports industry generates $11 billion in annual revenues. Should college #athletes be paid?

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Should College Athletes Be Paid? - Conversation Corner

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One of the most controversial topics when it comes to college sports is whether they should be paid over and above the scholarship they receive. With the value of the scholarships they receive being in excess of $100000 and ...


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Should College Athletes Be Paid? | CreateDebate

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Debate about Should College Athletes Be Paid?: Yes or No (Should College Athletes Be Paid?: Yes: 1 point No: 1 point http://t.co/FoqbYq9AgW)

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Andy Power's comment, March 21, 2013 1:34 PM
This website provides the opinions of others on whether or not collegiate athletes should or should not get paid. I can use this source to help back my opinion with others to show that the majority of people think the same way
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The Case for Paying College Athletes

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Students deserve to be compensated for their labor. (The #college #sports industry generates $11 billion in annual revenues. Should college #athletes be paid?

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Should College Athletes Be Paid?

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Why not start this blog with a boom? One of the biggest topics in the sports world right now is whether or not the college athlete should be paid. If...

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justin smith's curator insight, January 16, 2014 11:57 AM

This is an article looking at whether collges athlets should get paid for autographs.

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College Athletes should be paid too « zetramdrac

All college athletes should be able to get paid because they go out and do the same job that pro athletes do. College athletes also go out and risk their bodies in the same exact ways as the pros and some of them suffer ...

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Part I - College Athletes Should Be Paid

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Show me the money!(Student Renter :: Part I - College Athletes Should Be Paid http://t.co/ybuCRt2i...)...

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