1. Let's deal in facts. AA FBS football graduations rates are around 78% http://www.ncaa.org/about/resources/media-center/news/di-student-athletes-graduate-record-high-ratesThat's exactly what I am referring to. So you are saying it is OK to take revenue from FB and BB to subsidize other sports at the universities when the graduation for AA FB and BB is dismal. Those athletes need help the most and it cost money. They make money for the universities and a big chunk of that money is being to subsidize other sports. and the overwhelming majority of the non-revenue sports are non-AA athletes. It is a version of modern day plantation if you ask me.
There are rules in the NCAA rule book about low graduation rate but there are also ways to "work-around" the rules to avoid getting in trouble. Most Unversities are doing exactly just that. My company does some lobbying works with the US government and the government has the rule forbidding lawmakers from having accepting gifts from lobbyists for things like letting lobbyists paying meals at expensive restaurants, sitting down. You know how lobbyists get around the rule. They have meals at the bar which does not apply by this rule. I hope you get it. The NCAA is very much like the US house or US Senate ethic committee where they police themselves. It is like asking a thief to be honest.
That's absolutely FALSE. You should watch HBO Real Sport and see that some injured athletes go on government Medicaid after their NCAA healthcare coverage stops. About purchasing the NCAA additional insurance options, well, tell that to AA kids who come from poor background and housing projects. How can they purchase additional insurance options if they do not have money? The schools could have purchased additional insurances for them with revenues from FB and BB but the schools rather spend that money on non-revenue sports and athletes. Is that fair to you?
2. What sport you play is a choice. If your goal is to play pro and you don't like going to college and playing sport for an athletic scholarship in return for a college degree, skip college, or choose another sport.
3. Most colleges and universities are non-profit. Additional revenue surpluses have to be spent elsewhere. How the school chooses to spend those monies benefits non-student athletes and what you hate, non-revenue generating sports.
4. Outside the PF very few football and basketball programs generate huge revenues. There are exceptions, there's even a few tennis teams and other typically non-revenue genterating sports in there, https://www.collegeraptor.com/college-rankings/details/SportsProfitability
You only seem to know one school OSU. You need to get out from that bubble. There's other schools.
5. Sight some facts to back up your claims of work arounds and lobbying claims that explicitly show widespread corruption.
6. Have you taken your grievances to the NCAA, OSU president or AD. What do they say?