Athletics are not about winning and losing, it is about getting the most out of your players. Sometimes the players lose their concentration during the game and need to be reassured during the halftime discussion. Verbal abuse does not help the players at all. Coaches also need to remember that they are teaching teenagers, not adults. Teenage girls look up to their coaches, and lean toward them for guidance.
Resulting in numerous injuries, McDavid allows his emotions to control his behavior by taking advantage of the violence of the sport. Nevertheless, according to Tyler Spott, a Green Bay Gamblers, informed me in a recent interview that, “Sometimes coaches tell you not to fight so you don’t give the momentum to the other team.” The principles of hockey encourage a violent nature to the sport that coaches understand. No
Societies Influence Society seems to influence all ages by poisioning our minds with lies and aggression. Aggression and hockey have gone together as long as sports have been around, be it the players themselves, to the parents, coaches, friends, they just seem to be an inseparable part of each other. The term violence is defined as physical assualt based on total disregard for the well being of self and others, or the intent to injure another person. Hockey seems to be promoting violence by broadcasting it all over the world advertising it to all children. There is no room for violence in our great game from my prospective.
Marty Mcsorley's role as a hockey player has always been the "enforcer". The role of an enforcer is to intimidate through brute force, even if it means taking out the opposing teams primary offensive player. NHL officials want enforcing to stop, because it disrupts the flow of a game, and decreases scoring. If McSorley is found guilty, enforcers around the league will be served notice that "thuggery" is no longer an option. If he should be found innocent, enforcers will continue their senseless beatings, knowing they will do little more than sit in a penalty box for five minutes.
He further claims that schools aren 't even "out a nickel" when providing college athletes with their all expense paid vacation to to free education (Prewitt 1). What’s “Laughable, but it’s not funny” is this blatantly obnoxious response to the issue. Though there should be acknowledgement given to the amount of money coaches earn, that 's their profession. They train these young athletes to perform on the level they do and bring profit from it. Without coaches there would be no gain.
By the end of the weekend I missed Platteville so much and realized the friends I had made back home were no longer worth my time. In the 3-4 weeks of college I became so in touch... ... middle of paper ... ...ng you’re not. Step three: I’m just fucking with you there are no steps although those first two should be life goals no matter what. High school is full of people who will either like you or don’t. Please don’t be hurt if people don’t like you because they clearly have poor taste in people if you are nice and honest.
Only their education is being paid by the school. Although some people believe that they should be paid, it would not be a good idea at all. So college athletes should not be paid at all because they are basically being paid to study and play a sport. Colleges make a plethora of money off of the sports teams and the players do not see any of that money at all but if they do then their performance would be poor on the field and off the field as well. According to Fred Bowen, “only football and men’s basketball are money-making college sports.
No one is judged based on where they come from, the only thing that matters is your grades and test scores. They should speak volumes for itself and help you succeed. There isn’t a gap that is created by having a fancy school on your transcript. Having a private school on your transcripts creates like an italic and bold font to that person which stands out among a regular person with an ordinary font. Destroying all those that foster an unequal playing field is a huge disadvantage to those who can’t afford.
Although these students participate and spend much of their time playing, they are no more special then the average student who attends the school. Putting the money back into the school itself allows everyone a better education, rather then just a few students, some spending money. There are also arguments that because of the rigorous sch... ... middle of paper ... ...” says Myles Brand the president of the NCAA. (USAtoday.com) The program continually complains that providing players unsanctioned funds spoils fair competition between teams, because some players will only want to go to schools with a reputation for providing players extras such as money, cars etc. While there are several arguments for a pay for play program, the downside to these arguments outweigh any chance of a program ever being put into action.
The Ethics of the Salary of Professional Athletes My claim is that it is unethical for professional athletes to receive the enormous amount of compensation that they do. By Unethical I mean that it is an injustice to the citizens of our hard working country that are out to make a dollar and do it by holding a well respected job. By compensation I mean the ridiculous amounts of money that an athlete makes for playing a particular sport. My value criteria or standards I will use are as follows: 1. A man who does not graduate college may not be as qualified to make the salaries that exist.