College sports is a big-money business, with football and basketball programs generating millions of dollars in revenue every year. Is it time to rewrite the rules in college sports and allow athletes a fair share of the profits? Should colleges pay athletes?
Debate "Housekeeping" (5:18); Opening Statements For: Andy Schwartz (6:23); Opening Statements Against: Len Elmore (6:03); Opening Statements For: Joe Nocera (6:23); Opening Statements Against: Christine Brennan (6:20); College Recruitment and Education (6:54); Paying Students for their Activities (9:01); Equal Pay for Athletes (3:57); Community Surrounding College Football (8:39); QA: Athletic Pay and Exploitation (6:06); QA: Taxes to Fund a Pool (4:49); QA: Compensation Through Sponsorship Outside College (1:38); QA: Class and Sports Conflict (3:06); QA: Coach Control Over Athlete Transfers (1:53); QA: High School vs. College Sports (2:50); QA: Developing and Taxing Intellectual Gifts (3:34); Concluding Statement For: Schwarz (2:26); Concluding Statement Against: Elmore (2:13); Concluding Statement For: Nocera (2:23); Concluding Statement Against: Brennan (2:10); Audience Vote Results (1:59); Credits: Pay College Athletes: A Debate (0:10)
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