NCAA and Amateurism: A Second Look at the Game Behind the Game

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In appreciation of the recent landmark ruling allowing college athletes to monetize their names and likenesses, a look back at why this change was long overdue:

The NCAA has long vacated the moral high-ground on education. Kids traveling cross-country several times a semester to play games. Schools shuffling conferences like it’s a game of musical chairs, to vie for media visibility and advertising dollars.When you’ve got teams in Nebraska fleeing to join the Big East Conference, claims of “this is about protecting the children” are indefensible.

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