Paying back College Athletes By Casey Williams

The NCAA does not give equal scholarships no matter who you are or how hard you work.
All athletes desire the same thing, but not all of them are treated fairly by the NCAA.
Sometimes athletes must leave their colleges because their sports don't work out to where they have scholarship to pay for their education.
Scholarships are not distributed equally despite that similar effort is given in all sports.

College athletes train daily and deserve to be aided in ways such as paying for their education.

No matter how hard athletes work some are destined to never get a scholarship that pays for college.

Some teams have everyone of their players on scholarship and some teams have all but a few. Ability is not considered in this decision.

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