The NCAA will consider allowing athletes to be compensated for their names, images and likeness

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    1st step back to getting NCAA football back... hopefully
     
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    It’s about damn time... I’ve been saying this for 10+ yrs. This is one of the biggest travesties in all of sports. Free the student-athlete to seek commercial work!
     
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    I believe they deserve some monetary solution however they are also getting a free education which is priceless if they use it to their advantage...…..

    This is a very complicated issue...…….

    Does a quarterback get paid more than a offensive lineman?
    Do all schools pay the same?

    It is the end of the college system and football as we know it...…….

    Not sure what the answer is but I believe they should get a cut of the profits...…...
     
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    Trust fund is a potential solution.
    Go Bucks
     
  12. AZBuckeye

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    You’re misreading this... Athletes would simply be allowed to accept commercial endorsements individually on top of their education, which is paid by the universities commercial deals and game day profits.

    Commercial acting/modeling/endorsements are jobs that these kids are being restricted from, and our excuses need to stop.

    We say it’s for parity, but we would cap coaches’ salaries and school expenditures on facilities if that was true.

    We say it would be complicated to police, and yet we have a recruiting system in which grown men enter high schools and text 16 yr olds regularly and we seem to be policing that just fine.

    The truth is that athletes should have a base compensation from their university (which they have via room, board, education, medical, etc), and should be allowed to pursue commercial endorsement work on the side.
     

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