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  1. games
    The Varsity Blues Scam Shows Paying Athletes Is Cheaper Than Bribing CoachesWhat’s surprising about the college admissions scandal is the going price for college admissions.
  2. How to Pay College Athletes Without Ruining NCAA SportsLess marketization, more protection for overworked athletes.
  3. Everything You Need to Know About the FBI’s College Basketball InvestigationThe feds have exposed the bribery and corruption in the “dark underbelly of college basketball.”
  4. college sports
    UNH Is Spending a Big Donation From a Library Employee on Its Football StadiumBut don’t worry: University administrators are sure that, by the end of his life, he knew what football was.
  5. the national interest
    Women Soccer Players Deserve Equal Pay. So Do Female College Athletes.Joe Nocera only wants to pay the male athletes. Why’s that fair?
  6. Joe Nocera on Why the NCAA Is Like EnronHis book Indentured: The Inside Story of the Rebellion Against the NCAA came out last month.
  7. the national interest
    To Save College Sports, Have Less Free Marketization, Not MoreJoe Nocera’s plan would make college sports more cruel. Here’s how to make it more fair.
  8. college sports
    Football Players at Northwestern Barred From UnionizingThe National Labor Relations Board decided to keep the status quo intact. 
  9. the sports section
    Leitch: Can College Sports Survive Collective Bargaining?College athletics very well might be unfixable; you might have to burn down the whole village.
  10. How Unions Can Save College SportsNot a threat, but a salvation.
  11. the national interest
    Markets Are Not the Solution to the NCAA’s ProblemsA reply to the cynics.
  12. college sports
    Chait: Do We Want to Help College Athletes or Not?A response to a response.
  13. college sports
    Fixing College Sports: Why Paying Student Athletes Won’t Work In the wake of the Penn State scandal and a vast treatise by Taylor Branch, the call to pay student sportsmen has reached new heights. But it’s not so much a plan as an expression of free-floating contempt for college sports.