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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Annual College IncomeFrom Athletics Why we should pay college athletes College athletics generate $11 billion a year for universities nation wide. With ticket sales, merchandise, TV deals in place revenue is on a constant increase. The "employees" generating this profit will never see a dime of it.Is it moral to pay students? Will it ruin the balance in recruiting? Can an education have a price on it? These are the questions we must answerto solve this problem. Texas A&M revenue Coaches profit? In 40 of 50 states, the highest paid pubicofficial is the head coach of a universitiesmens basketball or football team = income> $50,000,000 =Income> $100,000,000 = 5 Colleges Average hours worked per week Athletes vs average civilian 43.3 40 0 400 800 Before Manziel After Manziel (In Millions.) O'SHAUGHNESSY, Lynn. "Do College Athletes Have Time to Be Students?" CBSNews. CBS Interactive. Web. 5 Mar. 2015. <>. "Most Profitable College Football Schools and Conferences - NerdWallet." NerdWallet Credit Card Blog. 6 May 2014. Web. 5 Mar. 2015. <> "21 Reasons Why Student-Athletes Are Employees And Should Be Allowed To Unionize." Forbes. Forbes Magazine. Web. 5 Mar. 2015. < hy'-student-athletes-are-employees-and-should-be-allowed-to-unionize/>. "Study: College Athletes Denied $6.2 Billion over Four Years." CBSNews. CBS Interactive. Web. 5 Mar. 2015. < >.
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