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Bowl Game Economics
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There's a lot of money to be made off March Madness. At $122 billion, the amount of spending the NCAA's annual basketball tournament generates is equal to Iceland's GDP. That total includes $614 million in TV advertising, $300 million in NCAA merchandise, and $185 million in corporate sponsorship. With all the money trading hands, do you think collegiate athletes should be paid?
Jenna Morfeld (Straight) on Instagram: “To inspire greatness in your athletes YOU have to be great. Day in and day out, show your athletes what the respect, work ethic, and…”
This reminds me of my dad. As a coach and a father he was a great source of inspiration for his kids and players