Bibliography For College Football

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John Pinckney ENG-123-Q2182 Michael Brien 12/1/2013 AMATEUR ATHLETES FOR PAY – MYTHS AND REALITY The play stunned the nation. The Alabama Crimson Tide, consecutive NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) college football champions, living on the precipice of a football championship dynasty unknown for two decades – three straight national NCAA football championships - allowed a last minute “miracle” touchdown return to arch rival Auburn with no time remaining, thereby ruining their chance for immortality. This ended one of the all-time college football classics, watched by approximately 10 million shocked television viewers who, no doubt, felt lucky enough to witness one of the greatest games in recent history. The Alabama/Auburn…show more content…
Stanley. "College Athletes Should Be Paid" Sports and Athletes San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2005. Berkowitz, Steve, Jodi Upton, and Erik Brady. (2013). Most NCAA Division I athletic departments take subsidies. Retrieved from /05/07/ ncaa-finances-subsidies/2142443/ Miller, James Andrew, Steve Eder and Richard Sandomir. (2013). College Football’s Most Dominant Player? It’s ESPN. Retrieved from Garcia, M. (2010) NCAA president: We can never get to place where athletes are paid. USA Today. Retrieved from Keene, John. (2011). Who's Really Winning? An in-depth look at intercollegiate athletics and their impact on undergraduate education. UPenn, Warton: Social Impact Research Experience Journal (SIRE), 2011. Sobocinski, Eric. (1996). College Athletes: What is Fair Compensation? Marquette Sports Law Review, Vol. 7, Issue 1. 285–298. National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). (2013). Probability of competing in athletics beyond high school. Retrieved from

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