Whither College Sports: Amateurism, Athlete Safety, and Academic Integrity
Intercollegiate athletics is under assault from all sides. Its economic model is yielding increasing and unsustainable deficits and widening inequality. Coaches and athletic directors are the highest paid employees at FBS universities (NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision) by factors of five to ten, or more. Athletes are being cheated on their promised education, do not receive adequate medical care, and are not allowed to receive cash income. Substantial change, either toward reasserting the intended primacy of education for intercollegiate athletes or a further surrender to commercialism, is coming. This book lays out the starkly different paths that college sports reform can follow and what the ramifications will be on the athletes and on the institutions in which they are enrolled. Source: Publisher
Rutgers University Press
Administration, Higher Education, Physical Education, Business, Sports & Recreation, Health, Safety, College athletes, College sports, Corrupt practices, Moral and ethical aspects, Management, Economic aspects
Zimbalist, Andrew, "Whither College Sports: Amateurism, Athlete Safety, and Academic Integrity" (2021). Economics: Faculty Books. 7.