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  • Ethical Issues with the Ncaa

    Ethical Issues with the Ncaa

    There are several ethical issues in the news lately about the treatment college athletes are receiving compared to the non-athletic students of universities. Is the practice of favoring athletes and bending the rules in the favor of universities to enable the best college sports stars to play ethical? Two major ethical issues that have been in the public eye as of late is cheating and grade tampering, and recruiting tactics. Both of these actions are

    Essay Length: 890 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: January 4, 2011
  • Ncaa


    Rough Draft Paragraph 1-5 College athletes and money has been a very touchy subject in the world of sports for a very long time. Everybody knows that college athletes aren't able to accept gifts or money from anybody as long as they are under scholarship with the university they attend, and as long as they participate in NCAA sporting events. In the past, players that did accept gifts or money would get immediately suspended from

    Essay Length: 2,034 Words / 9 Pages
    Submitted: February 5, 2011
  • Ncaa Football Playoff System

    Ncaa Football Playoff System

    Ryan Jerzy Jerzy 1 Cady English 103 26 May 2003 "NCAA Football Playoff System" Thesis: The Bowl Championship Series (BCS) formula has been used to determine the top twenty-five teams in NCAA Division I college since 1998. Many think this system is inadequate and should be changed. The alternative is a playoff system that would give more of the top teams a chance to be named the NCAA football National Champion. I. BCS formula A.

    Essay Length: 2,543 Words / 11 Pages
    Submitted: February 11, 2011
  • Effects of Tailgating in Ncaa Division I Football Campuses

    Effects of Tailgating in Ncaa Division I Football Campuses

    "Effects of Tailgating in NCAA Division I Football Campuses" Introduction Background of the Problem "Tailgating," as deduced from the readings and experiences, is a popular practice especially among collegiate football fanatics and is usually done prior to a football game. It is a way of enjoying an upcoming football game and interacting with people through eating and drinking spree. In relation to this, Al Bohl, the Athletics Director of the University of Kansas, states,

    Essay Length: 2,603 Words / 11 Pages
    Submitted: February 17, 2011
  • Ncaa History

    Ncaa History

    NCAA: A HISTORY BY: Lt. Col. Julian Malonso, P.A. (RES) Former President Phil. Olympic The NCAA was founded in 1924 upon the initiative of Dr. Regino R. Ylanan. He was the head of the physical education of the University of the Philippines, when it was still located on the areas of Taft Avenue, Padre Faura, Florida (Now Orosa) and Isaac Peral (now United Nations) streets in Ermita. The original members were UP, UST, UM, Ateneo,

    Essay Length: 1,488 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: February 23, 2011
  • It's Time the Ncaa Answered the Wakeup Call

    It's Time the Ncaa Answered the Wakeup Call

    It's Time the NCAA Answered the Wakeup Call The text is an article written by Pete Fiutak covering the ins and outs off NCAA gambling. I decided to choose this article as a source because it covers the main topic of whether athletes should get paid along with all of the sub-questions the topic also brings forward. The article first talks about a pool that was taken by 21,000 college athletes, asking them the question

    Essay Length: 636 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: February 25, 2011