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Supreme Court Joins States, Rules in Favor of NCAA Athletes



In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court ruled on June 21 in favor of NCAA athletes being allowed to generate revenue while in school.

Justice Neil Gorsuch, author of the opinion, wrote that placing limits on education-related benefits for college atheletes vioates anti-trust laws, according t...

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  1. Well, if they are getting paid by sponsors to play, then they don’t need a scholarship, especially if they attend a state, taxpayer supported university. Give that scholarship to an underprivileged student who wants to be a nurse, doctor, engineer, farmer, computer scientist, tradesman, or some other essential profession.

  2. This would be fine if they tie their pay to their GPA and it would go toward the tuition. Plus athletes must take the same test as non athletes. I can’t believe some of them actually graduate, especially the ones that go in the NBA and NFL.

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