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Colleges shouldn't increase athletic scholarships to include "cost of attendance"
05-28-2011 04:40 PM
Playing major college sports borders on a full-time gig. Games, practice and travel. Conditioning, film study and community appearances.
Oh, and did someone mention academics?
But contrary to what some maintain, scholarship athletes are not modern-day indentured servants.
Their tuition, room and board are covered, a wonderful benefit considering the U.S. Census Bureau says the average annual salary for a worker with a bachelor’s degree is 72 percent higher than for someone with only a high school diploma.
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