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NCAA Trust Court Case News
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RE: NCAA Trust Court Case News
Also rumblings about the current ncaa president (who makes $4MM per year and bungled the TV rights to March madness)

https://sports.yahoo.com/as-ncaa-preside...36947.html
04-01-2021 06:21 PM
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Let the plaintiffs win and we can all sit around on the board talking about the Tigers chess team.

We are talking about the end of collegiate sports as we know it.

All gloves will be off.

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics already.

Many had to drop sports last year due to no money from NCAA tournament.

A loss by the NCAA will cause a large number of schools to drop most if not all sports. 10s of thousands of students who got a chance to attend college will no longer be able to go.

We have a few greedy individuals and ambulance chasing attorneys looking to make a quick buck at the expense of the majority of the athletes.
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04-01-2021 09:32 PM
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RE: NCAA Trust Court Case News
(04-01-2021 09:32 PM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  Let the plaintiffs win and we can all sit around on the board talking about the Tigers chess team.

We are talking about the end of collegiate sports as we know it.

All gloves will be off.

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics already.

Many had to drop sports last year due to no money from NCAA tournament.

A loss by the NCAA will cause a large number of schools to drop most if not all sports. 10s of thousands of students who got a chance to attend college will no longer be able to go.

We have a few greedy individuals and ambulance chasing attorneys looking to make a quick buck at the expense of the majority of the athletes.

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04-01-2021 09:56 PM
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RE: NCAA Trust Court Case News
(04-01-2021 09:32 PM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  Let the plaintiffs win and we can all sit around on the board talking about the Tigers chess team.

We are talking about the end of collegiate sports as we know it.

All gloves will be off.

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics already.

Many had to drop sports last year due to no money from NCAA tournament.

A loss by the NCAA will cause a large number of schools to drop most if not all sports. 10s of thousands of students who got a chance to attend college will no longer be able to go.

We have a few greedy individuals and ambulance chasing attorneys looking to make a quick buck at the expense of the majority of the athletes.

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04-01-2021 10:51 PM
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RE: NCAA Trust Court Case News
(04-01-2021 09:32 PM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  Let the plaintiffs win and we can all sit around on the board talking about the Tigers chess team.

We are talking about the end of collegiate sports as we know it.

All gloves will be off.

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics already.

Many had to drop sports last year due to no money from NCAA tournament.

A loss by the NCAA will cause a large number of schools to drop most if not all sports. 10s of thousands of students who got a chance to attend college will no longer be able to go.

We have a few greedy individuals and ambulance chasing attorneys looking to make a quick buck at the expense of the majority of the athletes.

So be it. I’ll find something else to do. There is way too much money involved for “amateur” athletics.

https://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/finances/
04-01-2021 11:58 PM
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RE: NCAA Trust Court Case News
(04-01-2021 11:58 PM)3rdgenerationtiger Wrote:  
(04-01-2021 09:32 PM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  Let the plaintiffs win and we can all sit around on the board talking about the Tigers chess team.

We are talking about the end of collegiate sports as we know it.

All gloves will be off.

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics already.

Many had to drop sports last year due to no money from NCAA tournament.

A loss by the NCAA will cause a large number of schools to drop most if not all sports. 10s of thousands of students who got a chance to attend college will no longer be able to go.

We have a few greedy individuals and ambulance chasing attorneys looking to make a quick buck at the expense of the majority of the athletes.

So be it. I’ll find something else to do. There is way too much money involved for “amateur” athletics.

https://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/finances/

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics. The money the NCAA gets the vast majority goes back to the schools to cover the operating cost of non-revenue sports.

Most schools could not have women's sports without that money. If they dropped women's sports, title 9 would force the cancellation of most mens sports.
04-02-2021 03:32 AM
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(04-02-2021 03:32 AM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  
(04-01-2021 11:58 PM)3rdgenerationtiger Wrote:  
(04-01-2021 09:32 PM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  Let the plaintiffs win and we can all sit around on the board talking about the Tigers chess team.

We are talking about the end of collegiate sports as we know it.

All gloves will be off.

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics already.

Many had to drop sports last year due to no money from NCAA tournament.

A loss by the NCAA will cause a large number of schools to drop most if not all sports. 10s of thousands of students who got a chance to attend college will no longer be able to go.

We have a few greedy individuals and ambulance chasing attorneys looking to make a quick buck at the expense of the majority of the athletes.

So be it. I’ll find something else to do. There is way too much money involved for “amateur” athletics.

https://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/finances/

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics. The money the NCAA gets the vast majority goes back to the schools to cover the operating cost of non-revenue sports.

Most schools could not have women's sports without that money. If they dropped women's sports, title 9 would force the cancellation of most mens sports.

It's a broken system and has been for a while. I don't want to continue with the status quo of ADs, coaches, bowl chairmen, and especially NCAA lawyers getting rich off "amateur" athletics. And then they only enforce amateurism whenever they feel like it (i.e. against schools who challenge the status quo). Meanwhile, universities continue betting on the come in the arms race by building shiny trinkets to attract more athletes to further build the house of cards.
04-02-2021 09:29 PM
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RE: NCAA Trust Court Case News
(04-02-2021 03:32 AM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  
(04-01-2021 11:58 PM)3rdgenerationtiger Wrote:  
(04-01-2021 09:32 PM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  Let the plaintiffs win and we can all sit around on the board talking about the Tigers chess team.

We are talking about the end of collegiate sports as we know it.

All gloves will be off.

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics already.

Many had to drop sports last year due to no money from NCAA tournament.

A loss by the NCAA will cause a large number of schools to drop most if not all sports. 10s of thousands of students who got a chance to attend college will no longer be able to go.

We have a few greedy individuals and ambulance chasing attorneys looking to make a quick buck at the expense of the majority of the athletes.

So be it. I’ll find something else to do. There is way too much money involved for “amateur” athletics.

https://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/finances/

Over 90% of schools lose money on athletics. The money the NCAA gets the vast majority goes back to the schools to cover the operating cost of non-revenue sports.

Most schools could not have women's sports without that money. If they dropped women's sports, title 9 would force the cancellation of most mens sports.
Drop the amateur title, go semi-pro with paid players tied to schools. Now, it’s a revenue sport not under title 9. Sign contracts to keep players. Sucks for golf, tennis, women’s sports, olympics but is the only answer if the NCAA loses.
04-03-2021 08:48 AM
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