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(TaxProf)   Pac-12 fights to keep for-profit schools out of Division I so cash goes "to our student-athletes first and foremost." The twelve Pac-12 directors who make up to $2 million/year for one hour work/week could not be reached for comment   (taxprof.typepad.com) divider line 4
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3762 clicks; posted to Sports » on 22 Jul 2013 at 3:14 PM (38 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-07-22 04:02:25 PM
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Hmmmm, let's see, human accomplishments: Splitting the atom, reaching the moon, curing diseases....mmmmmm pretty good, throwing and catching balls..wait what?
2013-07-22 03:30:47 PM
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2013-07-22 03:24:37 PM
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nuff said

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2013-07-22 02:11:09 PM
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i love how there's a lawsuit pending at this moment where several past and current NCAA athletes are suing the NCAA for using their likeness in video games (former UCLA star and NBA washout Ed O'Bannon is the plaintiff of record, i believe, and just last week a couple of current UofA Wildcats joined the suit, although there are others).

so i guess for-profit schools are an affront to NCAA bylaws, but the NCAA can pocket cash from using athlete's likenesses in vidya games.  perfectly reconcilable positions.
 
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