NCPA to PBS: "The NCAA Has Failed its Athletes"

NCPA Executive Director Ramogi Huma explains that athletes lack basic academic, physical, and financial protections because they lack leverage.

Paul Solman - Host
March 21, 2016

NCPA Executive Director Ramogi Huma statement in interview with PBS:

"We have a system right now in NCAA sports, where there is about $1 billion of revenue coming in every year from recent TV deals. And yet, in NCAA sports, you have players who can be stuck with sports-related medical expenses, injured players who can lose their scholarships, graduation rates hover around 50 percent among the sports who are generating this money, and the NCAA is refusing to adopt the same concussion reforms that the NFL has adopted. So many of these issues are serious issues, and the NCAA is doing nothing, and it’s failing its players."

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