Andy Schwarz

OSKR

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Economic analyst and partner at OSKR, a consulting firm for business litigation including lawsuits against the NCAA

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Who works 40 or 50 hours a week without salaries? Student-athletes -- or athlete-students, as more have been calling themselves.

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

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Who works 40 or 50 hours a week without salaries? Student-athletes -- or athlete-students, as more have been calling themselves.

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

Who works 40 or 50 hours a week without salaries? Student-athletes -- or athlete-students, as more have been calling themselves.

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