An Article by Taylor Branch, Published by the Atlantic, Shows the corruption of college sports, and the multitude of scandals that have come out in past recent years about how the kids have been taking money behind the scenes. He uses these to show that the scholarships the athletes get for their free education is still not enough to convey them to do something they love. he goes on to references his talks with real NCAA employees and ***Branch, Taylor. “The Shame of College Athletes.” The Atlantic, The Atlantic, Oct. 2011, www.workplacebullying.org/multi/pdf/branch.pdf.
A harsher article on the kids of this subject by Ekow N. Yankah Stating "And yet I believe that the drive to pay college athletes is a grave mistake—not because it misdiagnoses the disease but because it suggests that the only cure is to put the patient out of his misery." His opinion on the athletes poor intelligence and background, morals for why they are going to the school in the first place is ***Yankah, Ekow N. “Why N.C.A.A. Athletes Shouldn't Be Paid.” The New Yorker, The New Yorker, 19 June 2017, www.newyorker.com/news/sporting-scene/why-ncaa-athletes-shouldnt-be-paid.
Kareem Abdul Jabbar and Christine Brennan debate whether college athletes should be paid. Their aspects on the topic of Bring up their opinion on Title 9, stating "
From former college athlete Tyson Hartnett, comes an article sharing his side of the debate by showing how many people all across the business sphere who get payed hundreds of thousands of dollars a year off of the kids likeness , saying " Top NCAA executives are getting $1 million per year while an athlete can’t earn $50 from signing a few autographs." its compressed of a series of lazy attempts by the NCAA to say why they could not allow any athletes to be paid.***Hartnett, Tyson. “Why College Athletes Should Be Paid.” The Huffington Post, TheHuffingtonPost.com, 23 Jan. 2014, www.huffingtonpost.com/tyson-hartnett/college-athletes-should-be-paid_b_4133847.html.
The article by Thomas R. Hurst, and J. Grier Pressley III reflects the hard hoops the NCAA would have if anyone was to compensate the college athlete and that it would be a Nightmare to try, while the NCAA sits back and soak up on all the money they make off of their television deals and merchandise.***Hurst, Thomas R. “Payment of Student Athletes, Legal and Practical Problems.” HeinOnline, heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?handle=hein.journals%2Fvse7&div=9&id=&page=.
Walter Byers, and Charles H. Hammer Go into great detail about a 21 year trial against the university of Nevada at Las Vegas, for their Violations of many codes against the rules set in place to keep the College games clean and amateur. All of the behind the curtain sales and payments had caught the university in lies and became an all out investigation in the school and became the most historic and expensive case the NCAA had ever come into. ***Byres, Walter. Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Exploiting College Athletes. University of Michigan Press, 2010, books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=Rkg_DwAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PP8&dq=why+can%27t+college+players+be+paid&ots=ubyJfnrPTZ&sig=LYKJrPKfXZz27qoVbMSaCK17Riw#v=onepage&q&f=false.