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Erika Kolod 2nd tier college sports are going to First Christmas as the Mrs.Smith Shirt, women’s sports will suffer, and parents will mortgage houses to get their kid’s private lessons. It will be interesting to see how this plays out. Good luck to the less capable. Giovanna Sgambelluri Monica Dawson because those leagues and sports get far less air time on the media so those kids, while phenomenal, will not benefit from the law. This is about media play pure and simple. Theo Yancey, I think that if the college footballs get paid for playing then expect the other sports to want to be paid as well and then the college is gonna have to figure something out in order to be fair.
Ultimately the athletes should only be able to make money off of their likeness and First Christmas as the Mrs.Smith Shirt, not from the school. And women are always neglected and undervalued by industries and schools. Some claim it is because they don’t bring in as much revenue as male sports but it’s also because they aren’t given the same kind of attention from the outset as male sports. Olivia Wiles These colleges students choose to play, so they know the wear and tear of the game. Some play from the heart just to be apart of their school’s athletics, others with the hope of getting into the pros and making the big money. Theo Yancey, I have no issue with the players getting paid for outside school endorsements and their likeness but it would be a major slippery slope if the school paid football players to play because they you will have all athletes wanting to get paid.