Category - college
but women are kind of crazy sometimes, especially with athletes and wanting to get their money. Obviously, as college athletes, we dont really have money right now, but its kind of scary any girl that i hook up with could lie and say that i sexually assaulted her or raped her. The woman usually gets the benefit of the doubt in those cases. Buckets of cash dropped on college athletes are an insult to the other hardworking students of the university, and weve been promised plenty of money stories on tonights real sports. for far too many institutions of higher learning in an almost desperate attempt to protect the athletic brand, coaches and certain athletes have knowingly enabled athlete sexual and other violence. athletes need to lay low (while getting laid) and keep their sex lives low key to avoid any problems until they graduate. Until then, stay incognito- we all still love seeing you dancing at. In an article that kind of makes us sad about life, lisa depaulo explains the rules that pro athletes and their female groupies need to follow so that no one gets murder-suicided like steve mcnair. college athletes who commit crimes are subject to prosecution just like everyone else, but they often face additional sanctions by college administrators and athletic departments as well. Universities and other post-secondary schools typically publish codes of conduct for student athletes that address everything from academic standards and travel safety to sexual assault and other criminal. in reality, college athletes graduate at a far lower rate than normal students it was found that mens division i basketball players have a 23 percent lower graduation rate than other students. advocates for paying college players justify their cause and case on the grounds that since the ncaa, major conferences, big-time college sports programs and their high-profile coaches make millions of dollars from college sports, the amateur athletes who play the college games that attract spectators deserve to share in the bounty. The typical division i college athlete devotes about 40 hours per week to his or her sport. If college athletes were allowed to license their names, images.