The Contemporary College Student Podcast
Episode 11

Season 1: Pay for Play

Michelle Boettcher published on

In recent years collegiate sports have become a multi-billion dollar industry with worldwide exposure. However, the NCAA has come under fire because of the allocation of their newly acquired bevy of funds. It’s an amazing business model; make billions and spend minimal for employees. So, do collegiate athletes deserve to see more in reference to the fruits of their labor? With Chad Richardson. 

 

Credits for Podcast: 

Drake & Future

ESPN

 

References

ESPN Article on the initial Kessler/Jenkins Lawsuit against the NCAA

http://www.espn.com/college-sports/story/_/id/10620388/anti-trust-claim-filed-jeffrey-kessler-challenges-ncaa-amateur-model

ESPN Article on the settlement information of O’Bannon lawsuit against the NCAA and EA Sports

http://www.espn.com/espn/otl/story/_/id/11010455/college-athletes-reach-40-million-settlement-ea-sports-ncaa-licensing-arm

CNN article on Shabazz Napier’s claims of hunger

http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/07/us/ncaa-basketball-finals-shabazz-napier-hungry/

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