The Debate Over Compensation For NCAA Athletes
College basketball’s March Madness wraps up this week, but there’s another contest underway: the debate over the status of student athletes. Some argue the NCAA should disperse at least a share of its billions among players. Others though, warn that would prematurely turn college athletes into professionals.
- Peter Foley: professor of intellectual property issues in sports & entertainment law at the University of New Hampshire School of Law
- Andrew Zimbalist: Robert A.Woods Professor of Economics at Smith College
- Richard Southall: Co-founder of CARE-FC and Associate Professor & Director of the College Sport Research Institute at the University of South Carolina.