My three academic sources include:
1. Lodge, Alexander. "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad NCAA?...The Ed O'Bannon v. NCAA Decision's Impact on the NCAA's Amateurism Model." Journal of Corporation Law 41.3 (2016): 775-93. Business Source Premier [EBSCO]. Web. 27 Feb. 2017.
2. Milford, Mike. "Kenneth Burke's Punitive Priests and the Redeeming Prophets: The NCAA, the College Sports Media, and the University of Miami Scandal." Communication Studies66.1 (2014): 45-62. Scopus. Web.
3. Harris, Jill S. "The Demand for Student-Athlete Labor and the Supply of Violations in the NCAA." Marquette Sports Law Review 26.2 (2016): 411-432.
After conducting some exploratory research, I am hoping that these three academic sources help me achieve my goal for the paper-- that is, finding out exactly how corrupt the NCAA actually is. Whether it's through analyzing how the NCAA manages scandals, why recruiting is so volatile in so many different aspects, how D1 programs handle internal operations, etc., I feel that the academic sources chosen will catapult me towards my research objective.