Professor Wong on the NCAA and Compensation of Collegiate Athletes

August 14, 2013

Should the NCAA establish new policies that offer some form of compensation to the 5% of its high-profile athletes who have earning power through lending of their names to sports paraphernalia, video games, and other revenue sources? Glenn Wong, a professor in Isenberg's Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management and president of the Sports Lawyers Organization, discusses current cases, possible solutions, and the NCAA's current image with the public.

 

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