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  • Research: NCAA football exploits players in 'invisible labor market'

    College football exploits players in an "invisible labor market," and the only plausible way for student-athletes to address their interests is the credible threat of unionization, according to research from Michael LeRoy, a University of Illinois expert in labor relations and collective bargaining in athletics.

    College football exploits players in an "invisible labor market," and the only plausible way for student-athletes to address their interests is the credible threat of unionization, according to research from Michael LeRoy, a University of Illinois expert in labor relations and collective bargaining in athletics.

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      College football exploits players in an "invisible labor market," and the only plausible way for student-athletes to address their interests is the credible threat of unionization, according to research from Michael LeRoy, a University of Illinois expert in labor relations and collective bargaining in athletics.

      Photo by UI News Bureau

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