The NCAA Fails Nutritional Needs of Student Athletes

“I have assumed ever since I could spell sports that the NCAA requires schools to provide a qualitative nutritional program for student athletes – since the schools lure these special teenagers away from their parents’ kitchens in exchange for a scholarship – since schools vow that they care more about the students than winning games – and since a strong healthy athlete is good for winning games. And particularly in the big-money sports like football where the teenagers are subjected to grueling boot camps during hot 2-a day summers and beyond, with time commitments akin to a full-time-job.”

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