This weekend is Selection Sunday, the day when the NCAA announces the 68 college basketball teams that will play in March Madness and there's a lot at stake for most of the parties involved.
Last year, fans wagered around $9 billion on the tournament while the NCAA took in almost $11 billion in broadcast rights. But the people doing the heavy lifting, the players, they get none of that. That's because they're getting something sports officials say is much more valuable, a free college education.
Lately though, the NCAA-invented term of the "student-athlete" is being challenged both in court and in the court of public opinion.
Joe Nocerra wrote about this in his new book, "Indentured: The Inside Story of the Rebellion vs the NCAA," and he joined A Martinez to talk about it.