College basketball analyst Jay Bilas '92 and Professor Paul Haagen discuss the increasingly controversial amateurism model in major college sports. Sponsored by Duke's Sports & Entertainment Law Society.
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Rethinking the NCAA Amateurism Model with Jay Bilas '92 and Prof. Paul Haagen
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