The National College Players Association is a nonprofit organization comprised of over 20,000 current and former college athletes nationwide that works to protect future, current, and former college athletes.
“This has absolutely nothing to do with moral high ground and everything to do with profit and control,” said Ramogi Huma, a former UCLA football player and the executive director of the National College Players [. . .]
Criticism intensifies on FBI’s claim that colleges were “victimized” by coaches paying players.
Stan Van Gundy: “You can’t sell that to the public..they’re not stupid.”
Domonique Foxworth: “The rule is unjust, [. . .]
Millionaire coaches and ADs fighting college athlete compensation should be the first to trade in their salaries for a meager stipend to demonstrate their love of “amateur” college sports.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/colleges/[. . .]
FBI’s assertion that the colleges were victims in pay-for-play deals just got more embarrassing. Just another reason it shouldn’t try to enforce unjust (and illegal) NCAA rules.
https://sports.yahoo.com/peak-shamelessness-kansas-signs-196-million-deal-with-adidas-004737804.[. . .]