The NCAA has just allowed paying student athletes — not on the football field or basketball courts, but outside the arena. Athletes can earn income from their images posted on commercial enterprises like videogame covers .
Before this action by the organization that controls all things hoops and pigskins, the thought of paying athletes for their services rendered playing games for their alma maters was gaining momentum. Many who were originally against the employment of salaried amateurs are now accepting of the practice — even promoting it.
Maybe it is time to move forward on this issue and pay the athletes who spill blood, sweat, and other matter on the field each Saturday for dear ol’ State.
Perhaps this is why the governor of California is more concerned about college athletes getting their due instead of the wildfires making the Golden State into […]
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