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Should College Basketball/Football players be paid a salary? Yes or No, and why?

Asked by: Steve50
  • Yes they should

    Adults between the ages of 18-21 have bills to pay too, why should they be restricted to earn money. The NBA don't allow direct entry into it's league anymore, College sports restrict there earning capacity. And if they don't accept the Colleges Terms, there future NBA prospects are not good. So the NCAA exploit there bargaining power, while raking in millions. They pay coaches well, the players should be paid too. You'd think Student Unions would be stronger, obviously not it seems.

  • Yes they should

    Adults between the ages of 18-21 have bills to pay too, why should they be restricted to earn money. The NBA don't allow direct entry into it's league anymore, College sports restrict there earning capacity. And if they don't accept the Colleges Terms, there future NBA prospects are not good. So the NCAA exploit there bargaining power, while raking in millions. They pay coaches well, the players should be paid too. You'd think Student Unions would be stronger, obviously not it seems.

  • Yes they should

    Adults between the ages of 18-21 have bills to pay too, why should they be restricted to earn money. The NBA don't allow direct entry into it's league anymore, College sports restrict there earning capacity. And if they don't accept the Colleges Terms, there future NBA prospects are not good. So the NCAA exploit there bargaining power, while raking in millions. They pay coaches well, the players should be paid too. You'd think Student Unions would be stronger, obviously not it seems.

  • No being paid

    No no no no no no no no no no non on o no no no no o no o n o non on on on on o no no n on on on on n o no no no no n on on on on o no n o no no

  • No being paid

    No no no no no no no no no no non on o no no no no o no o n o non on on on on o no no n on on on on n o no no no no n on on on on o no n o no no


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