How amateurism is the real problem with college sports

In college sports, justice isn't blind. To the contrary, it's a blind, trembling man throwing darts in a pitch-black room, hoping to strike a coveted recruit scoring a gratis airplane ticket -- or perhaps a star player receiving cash for autographs -- and instead hitting the industrious likes of Benjamin right between the eyes. And matters can't be otherwise. Not unless the NCAA and its member institutions abandon the bogus philosophy at the heart of their economic model. (Sports On Earth)

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