StudentFirstName StudentLastName Professor FirstName LastName English 123 9 April 2011 College Athletes Should Get Paid As premier individuals in collegiate sports organizations which are multimillion dollar enterprises, college athletes have earned the right to be paid to perform. “The revenue athletes generate for their schools comes from many sources, including television and radio broadcasting contracts, ticket sales, concessions, souvenirs, advertising, alumni and booster clubs, contributions, revenue associate with post-season championships games, and possibly increased enrollments” (Grant, Leadley, and Zygmont 146). Athletes in many high profile sports such as basketball, football, baseball, track and field, and golf perform at some...The end:
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