August 16, 2019

The NCAA doesn’t have a Rich Paul problem. It has a problem with black men.

By Justin Tinsley

The NCAA doesn’t have a Rich Paul problem. The problem is that its structure is designed to regulate the freedom of athletes to turn pro in primarily black sports but not in white ones.

And an entity that now preaches the importance of college graduation for agents doesn’t have the same righteous energy for black athletes at its most lucrative institutions.