College Football Problems

Problems

Should the College Football students get paid?

Yes, since coaches are getting money and students don't it looks really unfair, tho they are getting scholarships what kind off makes sense why coaches would not want to share the money they are getting from students playing.

What income do the coaches make from football per year?

Many coaches earn at least $100,000 to coach one of the major sports like baseball, basketball, or football at a school. These coaches will receive bonuses for getting to the playoffs, winning championships, or breaking school records. You know what athletes receive as a bonus? Nothing. "I'm not saying we should be paying athletes $5,000 or even $10,000 per semester. If each athlete got $2,000 paid over the course of the semester, this would give them some spending cash and an opportunity to start managing their money. Most athletic programs can't afford to pay athletes on their own, so the NCAA and their executives need to figure out a way to start compensating their golden geese."(Hartnett, Tyson)

What is the purpose to get football college students payed?

The purpose in getting college students payed is to get them to have them on allowing their likeness to be used for their own needs. It's because not all student's have fun in playing the sport and not having money for their own purposes outside the college, like on helping their parents and other things.

Do all college football students enjoy on playing football and not getting payed for that but only get payed for the college?

It all depend on how much the player has fun in the college if they have a lot fun inside college its all fine for them since they have fun either in sport or outside it if they don't enjoy it. Some other players like on having some money for their needs and have fun outside the college since sometimes they might have those bad days what makes them sad.

Frequently Asked Questions?

  • Should college football players be paid?
  • Should they be regarded as student athletes and amateurs, or as the labor force in a multibillion-dollar commercial enterprise? Is there a way to acknowledge both?
  • Would paying college football players ruin college athletics? Or are colleges exploiting student athletes by not paying them?