What The NCAA Needs: Pro Mentors, Corporate Incentives And Technology

Roger Groves takes a look at one of the NCAA’s biggest problems when it comes to student athletics. And according to Groves, “there are a few issues that seem obvious (to me) that no one seems to want to address.”

I have a few suggestions or considerations. One seeks to inspire players to do the right thing. The other is more drastic, borrowing from criminology and technology. That’s for those who still don’t get it.

Read on for his full analysis at SportsMoney.