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The college football championship game takes place in Atlanta on Monday. No. 3 Georgia faces No. 4 Alabama, President Trump is expected at the game.

Aside from the cheering fans, college sports also attracts a lot of money which can cause problems.

NPR’s Only A Game explored the darker side of college sports in an hour-long special show titled: “Power, Money and Corruption: The Story of the NCAA.

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Martin Kessler, reporter and producer for NPR's Only A Game. He tweets @martinkessler91.

Shira Springer, WBUR Sports and Society reporter, contributor to NPR's Only A Game. She tweets @shiraspringer.

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