Discuss the impact of changing funding sources on interscholastic, collegiate, and professional sports teams. What are some of the ethical and moral issues that arise due to the pressures of changing revenue streams and dwindling resources? Be sure to integrate your understanding of the content reading materials, and include literature references and/or anecdotal information to support your opinions
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