Scarcity of superstars, more leisure time drive up athletes’ salaries

January 23, 2013, by John Norris

This week, I read that Notre Dame linebacker Manti T’eo could lose millions of dollars in future revenue because of a hoax involving an imaginary girlfriend. My questions is: Why does society value athletes so much that he stands to lose more money than most people make in two lifetimes? 

As previously published in the Montgomery Advertiser read full article here…http://on.mgmadv.com/WfKcb0

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