Do not fine, educate ATHLETES NEED TO LEARN THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF BREAKING RULES

Sports are a big part of American culture

Because of this, athletes can become idolized

This leads to many athletes believing they are above the law

The NCAA is the largest governing-body of collegiate sports in the U.S.
When athletes break rules, the NCAA hands down fines or suspensions as punishments
Even when fined or suspended, many athletes do not stop breaking rules
College athletes are usually given several second-chances and are allowed to play after breaking rules
This can lead to an athlete breaking rules after college and not getting a second chance
The NCAA and universities should educate athletes on why the rules are in place and the effects of breaking them
I believe this will help athletes be better men and women, as well as, better role models

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