For my white paper, I will be examining the issue of compensating college athletes (outside of the the scholarships that already exist). This image presents various salaries and revenues from icons/organizations such as University of Texas head football coach Mack Brown, Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino, and the NBA (among others). The purpose of the chart, which came from a New York Times piece, is to show the extremely high salaries that these coaches and leagues receive. If they earn such large amounts of money, the Times article argues that athletes deserve to be paid as well because they are really the people who are generating the revenue. In fact, the image even shows that (in the case of Texas) the head coach is paid more than the combined value of all players’ scholarships. This is a very to-the-point, simple graphic that very effectively portrays the argument of the entire article.