This is compelling ...

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  1. surly

    surly Well-Known Member

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    #1 surly, Oct 8, 2018
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    However, Wetzel should be highlighting the hypocrisy of university presidents rather than their charade/regulating institution, the NCAA.


    College basketball fraud trial: We're at this point because the NCAA is ethically bankrupt

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    Yahoo Sports•October 5, 2018
    The real question behind the federal college basketball corruption trial



    NEW YORK – During his sophomore year of high school in Saginaw, Michigan, Brian “Tugs” Bowen II was offered a summer job. It was a heck of a good one – Adidas allegedly would pay him $25,000 to play basketball for its Michigan Mustangs AAU team.

    Twenty-five grand. One summer.
     
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    The NCAA was a fraud and market manipulation from the start to benefit these colleges. Anti competition and anti-free markets. The players are interns and employees.
     
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    All pro sports are anti-free market.
     
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    All right everyone......let's just relax. We are never gonna survive unless we get a little:
     
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