NCAA athletes should shoulder the blame when they take improper benefits from agents.
By Anthony Stalter | August 3, 2010; 01:18 PM ET | Comments (1)
There is no strict policing of agents. Agents' actions can get players and their collegiate teams in real trouble, but until the NFL and/or NFLPA takes a tip from the NCAA and elects to discipline those in their control -- the rogue agents -- the problem will continue to spiral out of control. It will take someone much more intelligent than I to come up with the legal mumbo-jumbo to get this thing fixed correctly. But, doesn't it make sense for agents to suffer similar consequences as the athletes should they be found involved in these cases?
By Rob Rang | August 3, 2010; 12:14 PM ET | Comments (0)
Who is most responsible for the issues resulting from improper relations between agents and college athletes?
By Reader Poll | August 3, 2010; 11:53 AM ET | Comments (0)
The NCAA must step up and act to protect its players from opportunistic agents rather than simply handing down sanctions to college programs after the fact.
By Dave Goldberg | August 3, 2010; 11:33 AM ET | Comments (0)
Universities must provide personnel to teams to prevent agent interaction that may result in NCAA sanctions. College players cannot be held solely accountable.
By Dr. Mark Adickes | August 3, 2010; 10:50 AM ET | Comments (0)
NCAA athletes earn millions of dollars for their universities, coaches and administrators but receive very little in return for their performance. That must change.
By Michael Oriard | August 3, 2010; 10:30 AM ET | Comments (3)
Colleges and agents need to be held accountable for improper dealings with NCAA athletes, and a new system needs to be established that does not punish innocent bystanders for the actions of past players.
By Richard Boadu & Claude Clayborne | August 3, 2010; 10:20 AM ET | Comments (0)