There is nothing wrong with tutors. If the school is earning millions because of their athletic teams, then the schools should ensure that the athletes get a good education. That's the deal and tutors are a part of it. I'm all for helping students succeed.
As for special admissions, they happen at every school, and some occur outside athletics. A kid could be a gifted musician, or even a whiz in mathematics but not a very good all around student. These students enhance the overall character of the school as well.
Interesting fact: the number of special admissions for the UNC football team has declined every year that Butch Davis has been head coach.
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