A Revised IRS Form Can Serve as Occam’s Razor for the Core Problem in College Sports

The core problem of academic corruption in big-time college sports is directly related to institutional misbehavior. By this is meant that institutions of higher education have become masters of deception – scheming and cheating to field competitive, professional-level teams, especially in big-time (NCAA Div 1) football and men’s basketball.
“The Gordian-knot-like dilemma in college sports may best be cut with Occam’s Razor – a guiding principle that points in the direction of simple solutions that go to the core of the problem, usually with a high likelihood of being correct, more robust, and easier to enforce than (paralyzing) complex ones”

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