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READ PDF Í The Cartel: Inside the Rise and Imminent Fall of the NCAA ⚣ Corporations and universities enriching themselves on the backs of uncompensated young men, whose status as student athletes deprives them of the right to due process guaranteed by the Constitution Decades of greed and self interest pushed the NCAA to collapse under the weight of its hypocrisy The parasitic business of college sports generates billions every year, yet fails to compensate college athletes I was really enjoying this look in to the NCAA, but then it began to feel like I was reading a rant written by a high school debater. Quick read it s a long article not a book I dont know jack about college sports, or at least I didn t until I read this book But I am so not surprised that the NCAA is evil Great insight into the NCAA, it s history, how it got here, how college football escaped its grasp, and man This organization totally shafts the kids Here s a fun quote At the start of the 2010 football season, A J Green, a wide receiver at Georgia, confessed that he d sold his own jersey from the Independence Bo Quick read it s a long article not a book I dont know jack about college sports, or at least I didn t until I read this book But I am so not surprised that the NCAA is evil Great insight into the NCAA, it s history, how it got here, how college football escaped its grasp, and man This organization totally shafts the kids Here s a fun quote At the start of the 2010 football season, A J Green, a wide receiver at Georgia, confessed that he d sold his own jersey from the Independence Bowl the year before to raise cash for a spring break vacation The NCAA sentenced Green to a four game suspension for violating his amateur status with the illicit profit generated by selling the shirt off his own back While he served the suspension, the Georgia Bulldogs store continued legally selling replicas of Green s No 8 jersey for 39.95 and up Also they didn t let Michael Phelps swim for his college They are so dodgy Branch straddles the line between analysis polemic, but it s hard to criticize his obvious disdain for the NCAA Still, I don t feel like there was enough additional substance to make the full e book anyworthwhile than Branch s Atlantic cover story It s a topic worthy of reflection for any sports fan, but given the choice, I d go with the shorter version Branch straddles the line between analysis polemic, but it s hard to criticize his obvious disdain for the NCAA Still, I don t feel like there was enough additional substance to make the full e book anyworthwhile than Branch s Atlantic cover story It s a topic worthy of reflection for any sports fan, but given the choice, I d go with the shorter version Should college athletes be paid That is a question I hear at least once a week these days as I spend my time trolling on the internets I do believe there should be some sort of compensation but I m not exactly sure if it should be, in the words of the prophet Randy Moss, Straight Cash Homey I have read essays and listened to speeches that fall on both sides of the argument and I understand how complicated of a situation it is Unlike most internet trolls I try to do as much research as poss Should college athletes be paid That is a question I hear at least once a week these days as I spend my time trolling on the internets I do believe there should be some sort of compensation but I m not exactly sure if it should be, in the words of the prophet Randy Moss, Straight Cash Homey I have read essays and listened to speeches that fall on both sides of the argument and I understand how complicated of a situation it is Unlike most internet trolls I try to do as much research as possible and form my own opinions Where I come from there is a sign on the door that says no biting allowed This is how I came across this book The Cartel Inside the Rise and Imminent Fall of the NCAA While reading essays and listening to interviews and speeches, as well as watching documentaries, this book was constantly referenced So I went on to my Kindle I don t do regular books because I m saving the environment and what not and purchased this book Taylor Branch does a great job of discussing this concept of Amateurism and how it is a bunch of mamba jahambo To readclick here