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The California bill would allow both.

Posted on: September 10, 2019 at 14:40:07 CT
zodiac6 JC
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The money this bill would allow athletes to collect is, as I understand it, not from the schools directly. Rather, it's letting athletes sign endorsement deals.

Schools can still pay coaches whatever they want and can still build whatever they want. And the athletes will have the ability to make money on the side.

Yes, there are ways this could be abused. Those ways, however, are already being abused. Any college sports fan with half a brain knows this. Some schools cheat. This simply allows everyone to play the same game by the same rules without fear of being caught and punished for what everyone else is doing, too.
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