college Athletes Should get paid by: Amir Gugssa

The college leagues make a lot of money from the college athletes. They are a multi billion dollar business, but the players themselves still make zero. The colleges are paying for the scholarship but that's not enough.

  • The Athletes spend a lot of time dedicated to sports just like the pros

student-athletes may spend more than 40 hours a week practicing, leaving little time to keep up with academic commitments

  • It's pro sports in every way, except for the players

Everything the players do in college leagues are just like professional leagues. The only difference is the players in professional leagues get paid.

Summary

  • The college leagues make all that money off of college athletes.
  • Athletes don't get paid for all the hard work
  • It's pro sports in every way, except for the players
  • The Athletes spend a lot of time dedicated to sports just like the pros
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Amir Gugssa
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