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The ruling itself is limited, but Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s fiery concurring opinion opens the door to broader and bolder lawsuits, ones that might spell the end of amateurism as we know it in college sports.Nothing Unites Left And Right Like Opposition To The NCAA|Sarah Shachat|June 22, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
As long as the NCAA remains rigid and exploitative in its interpretation of amateurism, the organization doesn’t merit much trust.NCAA’s transfer changes are good for athletes and challenging for coaches. Seems fair.|Jerry Brewer|April 16, 2021|Washington Post
“Where the NCAA goes wrong is in suggesting that the analysis should be based on its own perspective of what it thinks supports amateurism, because amateurism is not its own free-floating ideal under the antitrust laws,” she said.
Her usual compatriot Kagan, however, seemed to dismiss what she termed “awfully high-minded” rhetoric from the NCAA about amateurism and focused on the organization’s monopoly status.
The relaunch of the football series comes as the amateurism model that has long ruled college sports faces legal and political attacks on multiple fronts.EA Sports revives college football franchise as courts mull NCAA’s stance on amateurism|Mike Hume, Rick Maese|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
If the arc of history does in fact bend towards justice, eventually amateurism will leave college sports once and for all.
Thorpe was immediately defended around the world as a scapegoat to the elitist—and already hollow—code of amateurism.
By 1982 the Olympic ideal of amateurism was as good as dead.
Exclamation points must be used sparingly: a row of three or four of them at the end of a sentence is a sign of amateurism.Short Story Writing|Charles Raymond Barrett
But in every branch of politics and some departments of science it was an age of amateurism.England and Germany|Emile Joseph Dillon