New study suggests that “free ride” for college scholarship athletes isn’t quite so free

A new study suggests that the so-called “free ride” for college scholarship athletes isn’t quite so free.  The report by Ithaca College researchers and a national athletes’ advocacy group shows that the average “full scholarship” Division I athlete winds up having to pay $2,951 annually in school-related expenses not covered by grants-in-aid.

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